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  1. Kai
  2. Armor
  3. Gray
  4. The World
  5. Open and Calm Mind

Kai

China kǎi
Japan tanoshi
Kai

凱 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Kai.

This Chinese character means triumphant or victorious. In Chinese, it can be the surname, Kai.

Note: In Japanese this can be the given name Tanoshi.

Kai

Japan kai
Kai

カイ is the name Kai written in Katakana (phonetic Japanese).


Note: Because this title is entirely Japanese Katakana , it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

Armor

China kǎi
Japan yoroi
Armor

Armor 鎧 is a simple way to write armor or armour in Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja.

This can also be Yoroi (a Japanese place-name). It can also refer to mail as in chain mail.

Gray

China huī
Japan kai
Gray

灰 is the color Gray Mandarin Chinese. You can use this to represent your name if your given or surname happens to be Gray. This also means ash or lime (the mineral) depending on context.

The World

China shì jiè
Japan sei kai
The World

世界 is the Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja for world.

Beyond the world, this can refer to society, the universe, space, a sphere or circle.

In Buddhism, this would mean the realm governed by one Buddha.

Open and Calm Mind

Japan kyo shin tan kai
Open and Calm Mind

虚心坦懐 is a Japanese word that means with an open and calm mind.

If you want to remind yourself to approach each situation with no preconceptions, this is a good title for you. This can also refer to the ideas of being candid, frank, and straightforward.


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Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your kai search...

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

see styles
Mandarin gāi / gai1
Taiwan kai
Chinese a kind of metal or jade ornament worn in ancient times to ward off evil spirits

一概

see styles
Mandarin yī gài / yi1 gai4
Taiwan i kai
Chinese all; without any exceptions; categorically

三七開


三七开

see styles
Mandarin sān qī kāi / san1 qi1 kai1
Taiwan san ch`i k`ai / san chi kai
Chinese ratio seventy to thirty; thirty percent failure, seventy percent success

不改性

see styles
Mandarin bù gǎi xìng / bu4 gai3 xing4
Taiwan pu kai hsing
Japanese fukai shō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

不該


不该

see styles
Mandarin bù gāi / bu4 gai1
Taiwan pu kai
Japanese fu gai
Chinese should not; to owe nothing
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

不開竅


不开窍

see styles
Mandarinkāi qiào / bu4 kai1 qiao4
Taiwan pu k`ai ch`iao / pu kai chiao
Chinese unable to understand; can't get the point

see styles
Mandarin gài / gai4
Taiwan kai
Chinese to beg for alms; beggar

丐幫


丐帮

see styles
Mandarin gài bāng / gai4 bang1
Taiwan kai pang
Chinese beggars' union; a group of beggars

丟開


丢开

see styles
Mandarin diū kāi / diu1 kai1
Taiwan tiu k`ai / tiu kai
Chinese to cast or put aside; to forget for a while

乞丐

see styles
Mandarin qǐ gài / qi3 gai4
Taiwan ch`i kai / chi kai
Japanese kotsugai;katai;kattai;kikkai / こつがい;かたい;かったい;きっかい
Chinese beggar
Japanese beggar; bum
a beggar.

see styles
Mandarin gài / gai4
Taiwan kai
Japanese tawa / たわ
Chinese ancient variant of 蓋|盖[gai4]; ancient variant of 丐[gai4]
Japanese (surname) Tawa

于法開


于法开

see styles
Mandarin yú fǎ kāi / yu2 fa3 kai1
Taiwan yü fa k`ai / yü fa kai
Japanese U Hōkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

五種蓋


五种盖

see styles
Mandarin wǔ zhǒng gài / wu3 zhong3 gai4
Taiwan wu chung kai
Japanese goshu kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

五蓋


五盖

see styles
Mandarin wǔ gài / wu3 gai4
Taiwan wu kai
Japanese gogai
The five covers, i. e. mental and moral hindrances— desire, anger, drowsiness, excitability, doubt; five obstructions

五陰蓋


五阴盖

see styles
Mandarin wǔ yīn gài / wu3 yin1 gai4
Taiwan wu yin kai
Japanese go onkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

亞該亞


亚该亚

see styles
Mandarin yà gāi yà / ya4 gai1 ya4
Taiwan ya kai ya
Chinese Achaia

伸開


伸开

see styles
Mandarin shēn kāi / shen1 kai1
Taiwan shen k`ai / shen kai
Chinese to stretch out

作障礙


作障碍

see styles
Mandarin zuò zhàn gài / zuo4 zhan4 gai4
Taiwan tso chan kai
Japanese sa shōge
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

see styles
Mandarin gāi / gai1
Taiwan kai
Chinese to give; prepared for included in; embraced in

修改

see styles
Mandarin xiū gǎi / xiu1 gai3
Taiwan hsiu kai
Japanese shuukai / shukai / しゅうかい
Chinese to amend; to alter; to modify
Japanese (noun/participle) personal reformation

修改稿

see styles
Mandarin xiū gǎi gǎo / xiu1 gai3 gao3
Taiwan hsiu kai kao
Chinese revised draft; new version (of a document)

倒開


倒开

see styles
Mandarin dào kāi / dao4 kai1
Taiwan tao k`ai / tao kai
Chinese to reverse a vehicle; to drive backwards

傳開


传开

see styles
Mandarin chuán kāi / chuan2 kai1
Taiwan ch`uan k`ai / chuan kai
Chinese (of news) to spread; to get around

傾蓋


倾盖

see styles
Mandarin qīng gài / qing1 gai4
Taiwan ch`ing kai / ching kai
Chinese to meet in passing; to get on well at first meeting

僧鎧


僧铠

see styles
Mandarin sēng kǎi / seng1 kai3
Taiwan seng k`ai / seng kai
Japanese Sōkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

八開


八开

see styles
Mandarinkāi / ba1 kai1
Taiwan pa k`ai / pa kai
Japanese hachikai / はちかい
Chinese octavo
Japanese (place-name) Hachikai

公開


公开

see styles
Mandarin gōng kāi / gong1 kai1
Taiwan kung k`ai / kung kai
Japanese koukai / kokai / こうかい
Chinese public; to publish; to make public
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) opening to the public; making available to the public; putting on display; exhibiting; showing (play, movie, etc.); holding (interview, etc.); open; public

公開信


公开信

see styles
Mandarin gōng kāi xìn / gong1 kai1 xin4
Taiwan kung k`ai hsin / kung kai hsin
Chinese open letter

公開化


公开化

see styles
Mandarin gōng kāi huà / gong1 kai1 hua4
Taiwan kung k`ai hua / kung kai hua
Chinese to publicize; openness (of government, PRC equivalent of 'glasnost')

公開賽


公开赛

see styles
Mandarin gōng kāi sài / gong1 kai1 sai4
Taiwan kung k`ai sai / kung kai sai
Chinese championship

再改

see styles
Mandarin zài gǎi / zai4 gai3
Taiwan tsai kai
Chinese to renew; to reform

再開


再开

see styles
Mandarin zài kāi / zai4 kai1
Taiwan tsai k`ai / tsai kai
Japanese saikai / さいかい
Chinese to reopen; to start again
Japanese (noun/participle) reopening; resumption; restarting

冰蓋


冰盖

see styles
Mandarin bīng gài / bing1 gai4
Taiwan ping kai
Chinese ice sheet


see styles
Mandarin kǎi / kai3
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Japanese tanoshi / たのし    katsuji / かつじ    kai / かい
Chinese triumphant; victorious; chi (Greek letter Χχ); surname Kai
Japanese (given name) Tanoshi; (personal name) Katsuji; (personal name) Kai

凱利


凯利

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 li4
Taiwan k`ai li / kai li
Chinese Kelly (person name)

凱夫拉


凯夫拉

see styles
Mandarin kǎi fū lā / kai3 fu1 la1
Taiwan k`ai fu la / kai fu la
Chinese Kevlar

凱子


凯子

see styles
Mandarin kǎi zi / kai3 zi5
Taiwan k`ai tzu / kai tzu
Japanese yoshiko / よしこ    tokiko / ときこ    tashimuko / たしむこ    katsuko / かつこ    kachiko / かちこ    kaiko / かいこ
Chinese (slang) rich, good-looking guy
Japanese (female given name) Yoshiko; (female given name) Tokiko; (female given name) Tashimuko; (female given name) Katsuko; (female given name) Kachiko; (female given name) Kaiko

凱尼恩


凯尼恩

see styles
Mandarin kǎi ní ēn / kai3 ni2 en1
Taiwan k`ai ni en / kai ni en
Chinese Kenyon; Canyon (name)

凱徹


凯彻

see styles
Mandarin kǎi chè / kai3 che4
Taiwan k`ai ch`e / kai che
Chinese variant of 愷撒|恺撒, Caesar (emperor)

凱恩斯


凯恩斯

see styles
Mandarin kǎi ēn sī / kai3 en1 si1
Taiwan k`ai en ssu / kai en ssu
Chinese Keynes (name); John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946), influential British economist

凱悅


凯悦

see styles
Mandarin kǎi yuè / kai3 yue4
Taiwan k`ai yüeh / kai yüeh
Chinese Hyatt (hotel company); Hyatt Regency (hotel brand)

凱撒


凯撒

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 sa1
Taiwan k`ai sa / kai sa
Chinese Caesar or Kaiser (name)

凱撒醬


凯撒酱

see styles
Mandarin kǎi sā jiàng / kai3 sa1 jiang4
Taiwan k`ai sa chiang / kai sa chiang
Chinese Caesar salad dressing

凱文


凯文

see styles
Mandarin kǎi wén / kai3 wen2
Taiwan k`ai wen / kai wen
Japanese yoshifumi / よしふみ    katsufumi / かつふみ    itsunori / いつのり
Chinese Kevin (person name)
Japanese (given name) Yoshifumi; (male given name) Katsufumi; (given name) Itsunori

凱旋


凯旋

see styles
Mandarin kǎi xuán / kai3 xuan2
Taiwan k`ai hsüan / kai hsüan
Japanese gaisen / がいせん
Chinese to return in triumph; to return victorious
Japanese (noun/participle) triumphal return

凱旋門


凯旋门

see styles
Mandarin kǎi xuán mén / kai3 xuan2 men2
Taiwan k`ai hsüan men / kai hsüan men
Japanese gaisenmon / がいせんもん
Chinese triumphal arch
Japanese arch of triumph; triumphal arch

凱林賽


凯林赛

see styles
Mandarin kǎi lín sài / kai3 lin2 sai4
Taiwan k`ai lin sai / kai lin sai
Chinese keirin cycle race (paced stadium event); translit. of Japanese けいりん 競輪|竞轮

凱歌


凯歌

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 ge1
Taiwan k`ai ko / kai ko
Japanese gaika / がいか
Chinese triumphal hymn; victory song; paean
Japanese victory song; victory; (personal name) Gaika

凱特


凯特

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 te4
Taiwan k`ai t`e / kai te
Chinese Kate (name)

凱瑟琳


凯瑟琳

see styles
Mandarin kǎi sè lín / kai3 se4 lin2
Taiwan k`ai se lin / kai se lin
Chinese Catherine (name); Katherine

凱芙拉


凯芙拉

see styles
Mandarin kǎi fú lā / kai3 fu2 la1
Taiwan k`ai fu la / kai fu la
Chinese Kevlar

凱蒂


凯蒂

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 di4
Taiwan k`ai ti / kai ti
Chinese Kitty (name)

凱蒂貓


凯蒂猫

see styles
Mandarin kǎi dì māo / kai3 di4 mao1
Taiwan k`ai ti mao / kai ti mao
Chinese Hello Kitty

凱里


凯里

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 li3
Taiwan k`ai li / kai li
Chinese Kaili city in Guizhou, capital of Qiandongnan Miao and Dong autonomous prefecture 黔東南苗族侗族自治州|黔东南苗族侗族自治州

凱里市


凯里市

see styles
Mandarin kǎi lǐ shì / kai3 li3 shi4
Taiwan k`ai li shih / kai li shih
Chinese Kaili city in Guizhou, capital of Qiandongnan Miao and Dong autonomous prefecture 黔東南苗族侗族自治州|黔东南苗族侗族自治州

分開


分开

see styles
Mandarin fēn kāi / fen1 kai1
Taiwan fen k`ai / fen kai
Japanese funkai
Chinese to separate; to part
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition


see styles
Mandarin kǎi / kai3
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Chinese carefully; moderately

剴切


剀切

see styles
Mandarin kǎi qiè / kai3 qie4
Taiwan k`ai ch`ieh / kai chieh
Japanese gaisetsu / がいせつ
Chinese cogent; earnest
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) appropriateness; adequacy; aptness; relevance

創礙


创碍

see styles
Mandarin chuàn gài / chuan4 gai4
Taiwan ch`uan kai / chuan kai
Japanese sōge
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

劈開


劈开

see styles
Mandarinkāi / pi1 kai1
Taiwan p`i k`ai / pi kai
Japanese hekikai / へきかい
Chinese to cleave; to split open; to spread open (fingers, legs)
Japanese (noun/participle) cleavage (in gems)

加蓋


加盖

see styles
Mandarin jiā gài / jia1 gai4
Taiwan chia kai
Chinese to seal (with official stamp); to stamp; fig. to ratify; to put lid on (cooking pot); to cap; to build an extension or additional storey

勞改


劳改

see styles
Mandarin láo gǎi / lao2 gai3
Taiwan lao kai
Chinese abbr. for 勞動改造|劳动改造[lao2 dong4 gai3 zao4]; reform through labor; laogai (prison camp)

勞改營


劳改营

see styles
Mandarin láo gǎi yíng / lao2 gai3 ying2
Taiwan lao kai ying
Chinese correctional labor camp


see styles
Mandarin gài / gai4
Taiwan kai
Chinese variant of 丐[gai4]


see styles
Mandarin gài / gai4
Taiwan kai
Chinese variant of 丐[gai4]

化開


化开

see styles
Mandarin huà kāi / hua4 kai1
Taiwan hua k`ai / hua kai
Chinese to spread out after being diluted or melted; to dissolve into a liquid

十障礙


十障碍

see styles
Mandarin shí zhàn gài / shi2 zhan4 gai4
Taiwan shih chan kai
Japanese jū shōge
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

半公開


半公开

see styles
Mandarin bàn gōng kāi / ban4 gong1 kai1
Taiwan pan kung k`ai / pan kung kai
Chinese semi-overt; more or less open

半開化


半开化

see styles
Mandarin bàn kāi huà / ban4 kai1 hua4
Taiwan pan k`ai hua / pan kai hua
Chinese semi-civilized

半開門


半开门

see styles
Mandarin bàn kāi mén / ban4 kai1 men2
Taiwan pan k`ai men / pan kai men
Chinese half-open door; fig. prostitute

南開


南开

see styles
Mandarin nán kāi / nan2 kai1
Taiwan nan k`ai / nan kai
Japanese minamibiraki / みなみびらき
Chinese Nankai district of Tianjin municipality 天津市[Tian1 jin1 shi4]
Japanese (place-name) Minamibiraki

南開區


南开区

see styles
Mandarin nán kāi qū / nan2 kai1 qu1
Taiwan nan k`ai ch`ü / nan kai chü
Chinese Hebei district of Tianjin municipality 天津市[Tian1 jin1 shi4]

另開


另开

see styles
Mandarin lìng kāi / ling4 kai1
Taiwan ling k`ai / ling kai
Chinese to break up; to divide property and live apart; to start on a new (path)

召開


召开

see styles
Mandarin zhào kāi / zhao4 kai1
Taiwan chao k`ai / chao kai
Chinese to convene (a conference or meeting); to convoke; to call together

吃不開


吃不开

see styles
Mandarin chī bu kāi / chi1 bu5 kai1
Taiwan ch`ih pu k`ai / chih pu kai
Chinese be unpopular; won't work

吃得開


吃得开

see styles
Mandarin chī de kāi / chi1 de5 kai1
Taiwan ch`ih te k`ai / chih te kai
Chinese to be popular; to be getting on well; much in demand

合該


合该

see styles
Mandarin hé gāi / he2 gai1
Taiwan ho kai
Chinese ought to; should

含鈣


含钙

see styles
Mandarin hán gài / han2 gai4
Taiwan han kai
Chinese containing calcium

哈該書


哈该书

see styles
Mandarin hā gāi shū / ha1 gai1 shu1
Taiwan ha kai shu
Chinese Book of Haggai


see styles
Mandarin kǎi // gě / kai3 // ge3
Taiwan k`ai // ko / kai // ko
Chinese old variant of 慨[kai3]; to sigh (with emotion); possessive particle (Cantonese); Mandarin equivalent: 的[de5]
Japanese See:

土改

see styles
Mandarin tǔ gǎi / tu3 gai3
Taiwan t`u kai / tu kai
Chinese land reform; same as 土地改革[tu3 di4 gai3 ge2]

see styles
Mandarin gāi / gai1
Taiwan kai
Japanese gai / がい
Chinese boundary
Japanese (numeric) 10^20; 100,000,000,000,000,000,000; hundred quintillion

垓下

see styles
Mandarin gāi xià / gai1 xia4
Taiwan kai hsia
Japanese gaiga / がいが
Chinese ancient place name, in Anhui province
Japanese (place-name) Gaixia (ancient Chinese battleground in Anhui Province)

基改

see styles
Mandarin jī gǎi / ji1 gai3
Taiwan chi kai
Chinese genetic modification (GM); abbr. for 基因改造[ji1 yin1 gai3 zao4]


see styles
Mandarin kǎi / kai3
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Chinese dry terrain

塗改


涂改

see styles
Mandarin tú gǎi / tu2 gai3
Taiwan t`u kai / tu kai
Chinese to alter (text); to change by painting over; to correct (with correction fluid)

塗改液


涂改液

see styles
Mandarin tú gǎi yè / tu2 gai3 ye4
Taiwan t`u kai yeh / tu kai yeh
Chinese correction fluid

塗蓋


涂盖

see styles
Mandarin tú gài / tu2 gai4
Taiwan t`u kai / tu kai
Chinese to coat; to mask; to plaster over

大概

see styles
Mandarin dà gài / da4 gai4
Taiwan ta kai
Japanese taigai / たいがい
Chinese roughly; probably; rough; approximate; about; general idea
Japanese (n-adv,n-t,adj-no) (1) in general; almost all; (2) mainly; mostly; most likely; (3) moderately; suitably

大蓋帽


大盖帽

see styles
Mandarin dà gài mào / da4 gai4 mao4
Taiwan ta kai mao
Chinese peaked cap; service cap; visor cap

大開


大开

see styles
Mandarinkāi / da4 kai1
Taiwan ta k`ai / ta kai
Japanese daikai / だいかい    oobiraki / おおびらき    oohiraki / おおひらき
Chinese to open wide
Japanese (place-name, surname) Daikai; (place-name) Oobiraki; (place-name, surname) Oohiraki

大開齋


大开斋

see styles
Mandarinkāi zhāi / da4 kai1 zhai1
Taiwan ta k`ai chai / ta kai chai
Chinese see 開齋節|开斋节[Kai1 zhai1 jie2]

天蓋


天盖

see styles
Mandarin tiān gài / tian1 gai4
Taiwan t`ien kai / tien kai
Japanese tengai / てんがい
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) canopy; dome; (2) (See 虚無僧) priestly minstrel's reed hood; reed hood worn by Komuso priests
A Buddha's canopy, or umbrella; a nimbus of rays of light, a halo; heavenly canopy

妨礙


妨碍

see styles
Mandarin fán gài / fan2 gai4
Taiwan fan kai
Japanese bōge / ぼうがい
Chinese to hinder; to obstruct
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) disturbance; obstruction; hindrance; jamming; interference
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

see styles
Mandarin gāi / gai1
Taiwan kai
Japanese gai
Ten millions, tr. of ayuta 阿由他, nayuta, 那由他; but another account says 100 millions.

姟底

see styles
Mandarin gāi dǐ / gai1 di3
Taiwan kai ti
Japanese kaitei
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

姟限

see styles
Mandarin gāi xiàn / gai1 xian4
Taiwan kai hsien
Japanese kaigen
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

定愛


定爱

see styles
Mandarin din gài / din4 gai4
Taiwan din kai
Japanese jōai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

審改


审改

see styles
Mandarin shěn gǎi / shen3 gai3
Taiwan shen kai
Chinese to check and revise

寶蓋


宝盖

see styles
Mandarin bǎo gài / bao3 gai4
Taiwan pao kai
Japanese hōgai
Chinese name of "roof" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 40); see also 宀[mian2]
A canopy above an image or dais, decorated with gems; ceremonial canopy

寶蓋草


宝盖草

see styles
Mandarin bǎo gài cǎo / bao3 gai4 cao3
Taiwan pao kai ts`ao / pao kai tsao
Chinese henbit deadnettle (Lamium amplexicaule)

封蓋


封盖

see styles
Mandarin fēng gài / feng1 gai4
Taiwan feng kai
Chinese cap; seal; cover; to cover; blocked shot (basketball)

封開


封开

see styles
Mandarin fēng kāi / feng1 kai1
Taiwan feng k`ai / feng kai
Chinese Fengkai county in Zhaoqing 肇慶|肇庆[Zhao4 qing4], Guangdong

封開縣


封开县

see styles
Mandarin fēng kāi xiàn / feng1 kai1 xian4
Taiwan feng k`ai hsien / feng kai hsien
Chinese Fengkai county in Zhaoqing 肇慶|肇庆[Zhao4 qing4], Guangdong

尋開心


寻开心

see styles
Mandarin xún kāi xīn / xun2 kai1 xin1
Taiwan hsün k`ai hsin / hsün kai hsin
Chinese to make fun of; to seek diversion

對開


对开

see styles
Mandarin duì kāi / dui4 kai1
Taiwan tui k`ai / tui kai
Chinese running in opposite direction (buses, trains, ferries etc)

小開


小开

see styles
Mandarin xiǎo kāi / xiao3 kai1
Taiwan hsiao k`ai / hsiao kai
Japanese kobiraki / こびらき
Chinese (dialect) boss's son; rich man's son; young master
Japanese (surname) Kobiraki

屋蓋


屋盖

see styles
Mandarin wū gài / wu1 gai4
Taiwan wu kai
Japanese okukai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

屋蓋石


屋盖石

see styles
Mandarin wū gài shí / wu1 gai4 shi2
Taiwan wu kai shih
Japanese okukai seki
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

展開


展开

see styles
Mandarin zhǎn kāi / zhan3 kai1
Taiwan chan k`ai / chan kai
Japanese tenkai / てんかい
Chinese to unfold; to carry out; to be in full swing; to launch
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) development; evolution; progressing; unfolding; (2) expansion; spreading out; extending; deployment; building up; (3) {math} expansion

展開圖


展开图

see styles
Mandarin zhǎn kāi tú / zhan3 kai1 tu2
Taiwan chan k`ai t`u / chan kai tu
Chinese expansion plan; development graph

岔開


岔开

see styles
Mandarin chà kāi / cha4 kai1
Taiwan ch`a k`ai / cha kai
Chinese to diverge; to branch off the road; to change (the subject)

島蓋部


岛盖部

see styles
Mandarin dǎo gài bù / dao3 gai4 bu4
Taiwan tao kai pu
Chinese pars perculairs

師子鎧


师子铠

see styles
Mandarin shī zǐ kǎi / shi1 zi3 kai3
Taiwan shih tzu k`ai / shih tzu kai
Japanese Shishigai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

幡蓋


幡盖

see styles
Mandarin fān gài / fan1 gai4
Taiwan fan kai
Japanese honkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

幢蓋


幢盖

see styles
Mandarin chuáng gài / chuang2 gai4
Taiwan ch`uang kai / chuang kai
Japanese tōkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

幰蓋


幰盖

see styles
Mandarin xiǎn gài / xian3 gai4
Taiwan hsien kai
Japanese konkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

平寶蓋


平宝盖

see styles
Mandarin píng bǎo gài / ping2 bao3 gai4
Taiwan p`ing pao kai / ping pao kai
Chinese name of "cover" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 14); see also 冖[mi4]

康僧鎧


康僧铠

see styles
Mandarin kāng sēng kǎi / kang1 seng1 kai3
Taiwan k`ang seng k`ai / kang seng kai
Japanese Kōsōgai
or 康僧會 Saṅghavarman, also said to be Saṅghapāla; an Indian monk supposed to be of Tibetan descent; but Saṅghapāla is described as the eldest son of the prime minister of Soghdiana, and is probably a different person. Saṅghavarman tr. at the White Horse Temple, Luoyang, in A.D. 252; inter alia the 無量壽經 is accredited to him, but a more reliable tradition of the Canon ascribes the tr. to Dharmarakṣa A.D. 308; Saṃghavarman

廣開


广开

see styles
Mandarin guǎng kāi / guang3 kai1
Taiwan kuang k`ai / kuang kai
Japanese kō kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

引擎蓋


引擎盖

see styles
Mandarin yǐn qíng gài / yin3 qing2 gai4
Taiwan yin ch`ing kai / yin ching kai
Chinese (car) hood; bonnet

張開


张开

see styles
Mandarin zhāng kāi / zhang1 kai1
Taiwan chang k`ai / chang kai
Chinese to open up; to spread; to extend

形礙


形碍

see styles
Mandarin xín gài / xin2 gai4
Taiwan hsin kai
Japanese gyōge
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

後蓋


后盖

see styles
Mandarin hòu gài / hou4 gai4
Taiwan hou kai
Chinese back cover; shell (of crab etc)

心開


心开

see styles
Mandarin xīn kāi / xin1 kai1
Taiwan hsin k`ai / hsin kai
Japanese shina / しんあ
Japanese (female given name) Shin'a
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

忍辱鎧


忍辱铠

see styles
Mandarin rěn rù kǎi / ren3 ru4 kai3
Taiwan jen ju k`ai / jen ju kai
Japanese ninniku kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

忍鎧


忍铠

see styles
Mandarin rěn kǎi / ren3 kai3
Taiwan jen k`ai / jen kai
Japanese ningai
(忍辱鎧) Patience as armour, protecting against evils; also the kaṣāya, monk's robe; patience as armor

悔改

see styles
Mandarin huǐ gǎi / hui3 gai3
Taiwan hui kai
Chinese to repent; repentance

惛眠蓋


惛眠盖

see styles
Mandarin hūn mián gài / hun1 mian2 gai4
Taiwan hun mien kai
Japanese konminkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

想不開


想不开

see styles
Mandarin xiǎng bu kāi / xiang3 bu5 kai1
Taiwan hsiang pu k`ai / hsiang pu kai
Chinese cannot figure out; to be unable to take a lighter view; to take things too hard; to be depressed; to fret over trifles

想得開


想得开

see styles
Mandarin xiǎng de kāi / xiang3 de5 kai1
Taiwan hsiang te k`ai / hsiang te kai
Chinese to not take to heart; to be free of worried thoughts; to adopt a lighthearted perspective; lighthearted

想開


想开

see styles
Mandarin xiǎng kāi / xiang3 kai1
Taiwan hsiang k`ai / hsiang kai
Chinese to get over (a shock, bereavement etc); to avoid dwelling on unpleasant things; to accept the situation and move on

see styles
Mandarin kài / kai4
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Chinese to desire

感慨

see styles
Mandarin gǎn kǎi / gan3 kai3
Taiwan kan k`ai / kan kai
Japanese kangai / かんがい
Chinese to sigh with sorrow, regret etc; rueful; deeply moved
Japanese strong feelings; deep emotion


see styles
Mandarin kǎi / kai3
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Chinese joyful; kind

愷弟


恺弟

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 ti4
Taiwan k`ai t`i / kai ti
Chinese variant of 愷悌|恺悌[kai3 ti4]

愷徹


恺彻

see styles
Mandarin kǎi chè / kai3 che4
Taiwan k`ai ch`e / kai che
Chinese variant of 愷撒|恺撒, Caesar (emperor) used by Yan Fu 嚴復|严复

愷悌


恺悌

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 ti4
Taiwan k`ai t`i / kai ti
Chinese happy and easygoing; friendly

愷撒


恺撒

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 sa3
Taiwan k`ai sa / kai sa
Chinese Caesar (name); Gaius Julius Caesar 100-42 BC; by extension, emperor, Kaiser, Tsar


see styles
Mandarin kài / kai4
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Chinese anger

慧愷


慧恺

see styles
Mandarin huì kǎi / hui4 kai3
Taiwan hui k`ai / hui kai
Japanese Egai
Huikai, a monk and author, also known as 智愷 Zhikai of the sixth century A.D.

see styles
Mandarin kǎi / kai3
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Japanese gai / がい
Chinese indignant; generous; to sigh (with emotion)
Japanese (given name) Gai

慨嘆


慨叹

see styles
Mandarin kǎi tàn / kai3 tan4
Taiwan k`ai t`an / kai tan
Japanese gaitan / がいたん
Chinese to sigh with regret; lament
Japanese (noun/participle) deploring; lamentation; regret; complaint
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

慨然

see styles
Mandarin kǎi rán / kai3 ran2
Taiwan k`ai jan / kai jan
Japanese gaizen / がいぜん
Japanese (adj-t,adv-to) (1) indignant; sorrowful; (2) steadfast; determined
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

慷慨

see styles
Mandarin kāng kǎi / kang1 kai3
Taiwan k`ang k`ai / kang kai
Japanese kougai / kogai / こうがい
Chinese vehement; fervent; generous; giving; liberal
Japanese (noun/participle) righteous indignation; patriotic lamentation; deploration

憤慨


愤慨

see styles
Mandarin fèn kǎi / fen4 kai3
Taiwan fen k`ai / fen kai
Japanese fungai / ふんがい
Chinese to resent; resentment
Japanese (noun/participle) indignation; resentment

應該


应该

see styles
Mandarin yīng gāi / ying1 gai1
Taiwan ying kai
Chinese ought to; should; must

應該的


应该的

see styles
Mandarin yīng gāi de / ying1 gai1 de5
Taiwan ying kai te
Chinese you're most welcome; sure thing!; I did what I was supposed to do

懸蓋


悬盖

see styles
Mandarin xuán gài / xuan2 gai4
Taiwan hsüan kai
Japanese gengai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

see styles
Mandarin gài / gai4
Taiwan kai
Chinese infringe upon a trade mark

所開


所开

see styles
Mandarin suǒ kāi / suo3 kai1
Taiwan so k`ai / so kai
Japanese sho kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

所開示


所开示

see styles
Mandarin suǒ kāi shì / suo3 kai1 shi4
Taiwan so k`ai shih / so kai shih
Japanese sho kaiji
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

扒開


扒开

see styles
Mandarinkāi / ba1 kai1
Taiwan pa k`ai / pa kai
Chinese to pry open or apart; to spread (something) open with both hands

打開


打开

see styles
Mandarinkāi / da3 kai1
Taiwan ta k`ai / ta kai
Japanese dakai / だかい
Chinese to open; to show (a ticket); to turn on; to switch on
Japanese (noun/participle) break in the deadlock
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

托開


托开

see styles
Mandarin tuō kāi / tuo1 kai1
Taiwan t`o k`ai / to kai
Japanese takkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

批改

see styles
Mandarin pī gǎi / pi1 gai3
Taiwan p`i kai / pi kai
Chinese to mark (homework, exam scripts etc); to correct and criticize (an article); to check; to correct; a correction (to a piece of writing)

拆開


拆开

see styles
Mandarin chāi kāi / chai1 kai1
Taiwan ch`ai k`ai / chai kai
Chinese to dismantle; to disassemble; to open up (something sealed); to unpick

拉蓋爾


拉盖尔

see styles
Mandarin lā gài ěr / la1 gai4 er3
Taiwan la kai erh
Chinese Laguerre (name); Edmond Laguerre (1834-1886), French mathematician

拉開


拉开

see styles
Mandarinkāi / la1 kai1
Taiwan la k`ai / la kai
Chinese to pull open; to pull apart; to space out; to increase

拋開


抛开

see styles
Mandarin pāo kāi / pao1 kai1
Taiwan p`ao k`ai / pao kai
Chinese to throw out; to get rid of

拓開


拓开

see styles
Mandarin tuò kāi / tuo4 kai1
Taiwan t`o k`ai / to kai
Japanese takkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

指甲蓋


指甲盖

see styles
Mandarin zhǐ jia gài / zhi3 jia5 gai4
Taiwan chih chia kai
Chinese fingernail

挖開


挖开

see styles
Mandarinkāi / wa1 kai1
Taiwan wa k`ai / wa kai
Chinese to dig into; to cut a mine into

挪開


挪开

see styles
Mandarin nuó kāi / nuo2 kai1
Taiwan no k`ai / no kai
Chinese to move (something) away

捲鋪蓋


卷铺盖

see styles
Mandarin juǎn pū gài / juan3 pu1 gai4
Taiwan chüan p`u kai / chüan pu kai
Chinese to pack and quit; to be sacked

掀開


掀开

see styles
Mandarin xiān kāi / xian1 kai1
Taiwan hsien k`ai / hsien kai
Chinese to lift open; to tear open

掉悔蓋


掉悔盖

see styles
Mandarin diào huǐ gài / diao4 hui3 gai4
Taiwan tiao hui kai
Japanese tōke kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

推開


推开

see styles
Mandarin tuī kāi / tui1 kai1
Taiwan t`ui k`ai / tui kai
Chinese to push open (a gate etc); to push away; to reject; to decline

掩蓋


掩盖

see styles
Mandarin yǎn gài / yan3 gai4
Taiwan yen kai
Japanese engai / えんがい
Chinese to conceal; to hide behind; to cover up
Japanese cover(ing)

掰開


掰开

see styles
Mandarin bāi kāi / bai1 kai1
Taiwan pai k`ai / pai kai
Chinese to pull apart; to pry open with the hands

see styles
Mandarin kāi / kai1
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Japanese kai
Chinese to wipe
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

揩拭

see styles
Mandarin kāi shì / kai1 shi4
Taiwan k`ai shih / kai shih
Chinese to wipe off; to wipe clean

揩摸

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 mo1
Taiwan k`ai mo / kai mo
Japanese kaibaku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

揩擦

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ca1
Taiwan k`ai ts`a / kai tsa
Chinese to wipe

揩油

see styles
Mandarin kāi yóu / kai1 you2
Taiwan k`ai yu / kai yu
Chinese to take advantage of sb; to freeload

揭開


揭开

see styles
Mandarin jiē kāi / jie1 kai1
Taiwan chieh k`ai / chieh kai
Chinese to uncover; to open

搭蓋


搭盖

see styles
Mandarin dā gài / da1 gai4
Taiwan ta kai
Chinese to build (esp. with simple materials); to knock together (a temporary shed); to rig up

撇開


撇开

see styles
Mandarin piē kāi / pie1 kai1
Taiwan p`ieh k`ai / pieh kai
Chinese to disregard; to leave aside

撥開


拨开

see styles
Mandarinkāi / bo1 kai1
Taiwan po k`ai / po kai
Chinese to push aside; to part; to brush away

撩開


撩开

see styles
Mandarin liāo kai / liao1 kai5
Taiwan liao k`ai / liao kai
Chinese to push aside (clothing, curtain etc) to reveal something; to toss aside

撬開


撬开

see styles
Mandarin qiào kāi / qiao4 kai1
Taiwan ch`iao k`ai / chiao kai
Chinese to pry open; to lever open

擇不開


择不开

see styles
Mandarin zhái bu kāi / zhai2 bu5 kai1
Taiwan chai pu k`ai / chai pu kai
Chinese impossible to separate; impossible to disentangle; cannot take time out

擘開


擘开

see styles
Mandarinkāi / bo4 kai1
Taiwan po k`ai / po kai
Chinese to break open

擰開


拧开

see styles
Mandarin nǐng kāi / ning3 kai1
Taiwan ning k`ai / ning kai
Chinese to unscrew; to twist off (a lid); to turn on (a faucet); to switch on (by turning a knob); to turn (a door handle); to wrench apart

攤開


摊开

see styles
Mandarin tān kāi / tan1 kai1
Taiwan t`an k`ai / tan kai
Chinese to spread out; to unfold

支開


支开

see styles
Mandarin zhī kāi / zhi1 kai1
Taiwan chih k`ai / chih kai
Chinese to send (sb) away; to change the subject; to open (an umbrella etc)

see styles
Mandarin gǎi / gai3
Taiwan kai
Japanese kai / かい
Chinese to change; to alter; to transform; to correct
Japanese (suffix noun) revision; (surname, given name) Kai
To change, correct; renew

改信

see styles
Mandarin gǎi xìn / gai3 xin4
Taiwan kai hsin
Chinese to convert (to another religion)

改元

see styles
Mandarin gǎi yuán / gai3 yuan2
Taiwan kai yüan
Japanese kaigen / かいげん
Chinese to change an emperor's or ruler's reign title (old)
Japanese (noun/participle) change of era; (surname) Kaimoto

改判

see styles
Mandarin gǎi pàn / gai3 pan4
Taiwan kai p`an / kai pan
Chinese to amend a judgment; to overrule the original decision; to commute (a sentence)

改則


改则

see styles
Mandarin gǎi zé / gai3 ze2
Taiwan kai tse
Chinese Gerze county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Sger rtse rdzong

改則縣


改则县

see styles
Mandarin gǎi zé xiàn / gai3 ze2 xian4
Taiwan kai tse hsien
Chinese Gerze county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Sger rtse rdzong

改動


改动

see styles
Mandarin gǎi dòng / gai3 dong4
Taiwan kai tung
Chinese to alter; to modify; to revise

改口

see styles
Mandarin gǎi kǒu / gai3 kou3
Taiwan kai k`ou / kai kou
Japanese kaikuchi / かいくち
Chinese to correct oneself; to withdraw or modify one's previous remark
Japanese (surname) Kaikuchi

改口費


改口费

see styles
Mandarin gǎi kǒu fèi / gai3 kou3 fei4
Taiwan kai k`ou fei / kai kou fei
Chinese a gift of money given by parents on both sides after a wedding, to their new daughter-in-law or son-in-law

改名

see styles
Mandarin gǎi míng / gai3 ming2
Taiwan kai ming
Japanese kaimei(p);kaimyou / kaime(p);kaimyo / かいめい(P);かいみょう
Chinese to change one's name
Japanese (noun/participle) name change

改善

see styles
Mandarin gǎi shàn / gai3 shan4
Taiwan kai shan
Japanese kaizen / かいぜん
Open and Calm Mind
Chinese to make better; to improve; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) (1) betterment; improvement; (2) (kana only) (often written カイゼン) kaizen (Japanese business philosophy of continuous improvement)

改嘴

see styles
Mandarin gǎi zuǐ / gai3 zui3
Taiwan kai tsui
Chinese to deny; to go back on one's word

改天

see styles
Mandarin gǎi tiān / gai3 tian1
Taiwan kai t`ien / kai tien
Chinese another day; some other time; to find another day (for appointment etc); to take a rain check

改嫁

see styles
Mandarin gǎi jià / gai3 jia4
Taiwan kai chia
Chinese to remarry (of a woman)

改學


改学

see styles
Mandarin gǎi xué / gai3 xue2
Taiwan kai hsüeh
Chinese to switch from one major or faculty to another (at a university)

改宗

see styles
Mandarin gǎi zōng / gai3 zong1
Taiwan kai tsung
Japanese kaishuu / kaishu / かいしゅう
Japanese (noun/participle) religious conversion
To change one's cult, school of thought, or religion; conversion

改寫


改写

see styles
Mandarin gǎi xiě / gai3 xie3
Taiwan kai hsieh
Chinese to revise; to edit

改建

see styles
Mandarin gǎi jiàn / gai3 jian4
Taiwan kai chien
Chinese to rebuild; to transform (a building); to refurbish

改悔

see styles
Mandarin gǎi huǐ / gai3 hui3
Taiwan kai hui
Japanese gaike
Chinese to mend one's ways
To repent and reform.

改成

see styles
Mandarin gǎi chéng / gai3 cheng2
Taiwan kai ch`eng / kai cheng
Chinese to convert; to turn into (something else); to adapt (a story to another medium)

改掉

see styles
Mandarin gǎi diào / gai3 diao4
Taiwan kai tiao
Chinese to drop a bad habit

改換


改换

see styles
Mandarin gǎi huàn / gai3 huan4
Taiwan kai huan
Chinese to change (something); to alter (something); to change over (to something else)

改日

see styles
Mandarin gǎi rì / gai3 ri4
Taiwan kai jih
Chinese another day; some other day

改易

see styles
Mandarin gǎi yì / gai3 yi4
Taiwan kai i
Japanese kaieki / かいえき
Chinese to change; to modify
Japanese (noun/participle) change of rank

改朝

see styles
Mandarin gǎi cháo / gai3 chao2
Taiwan kai ch`ao / kai chao
Chinese change of dynasties

改期

see styles
Mandarin gǎi qī / gai3 qi1
Taiwan kai ch`i / kai chi
Chinese to reschedule; to rearrange (e.g. a meeting); to postpone

改業


改业

see styles
Mandarin gǎi yè / gai3 ye4
Taiwan kai yeh
Chinese to change profession or business

改樣


改样

see styles
Mandarin gǎi yàng / gai3 yang4
Taiwan kai yang
Chinese to change completely

改正

see styles
Mandarin gǎi zhèng / gai3 zheng4
Taiwan kai cheng
Japanese kaisei / kaise / かいせい
Chinese to correct; to amend; to put right; correction; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) revision; amendment; alteration; (surname) Kaisei

改為


改为

see styles
Mandarin gǎi wéi / gai3 wei2
Taiwan kai wei
Chinese to change into

改版

see styles
Mandarin gǎi bǎn / gai3 ban3
Taiwan kai pan
Japanese kaihan / かいはん
Chinese to revise the current edition; revised edition
Japanese (noun/participle) revision; revised edition

改用

see styles
Mandarin gǎi yòng / gai3 yong4
Taiwan kai yung
Chinese to change over to; to switch to; to use (something different)

改稱


改称

see styles
Mandarin gǎi chēng / gai3 cheng1
Taiwan kai ch`eng / kai cheng
Chinese to change a name; to rename
Japanese See: 改称

改稿

see styles
Mandarin gǎi gǎo / gai3 gao3
Taiwan kai kao
Japanese kaikou / kaiko / かいこう
Chinese to revise a manuscript
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) revising (e.g. manuscript); rewriting; (2) revised manuscript

改簽


改签

see styles
Mandarin gǎi qiān / gai3 qian1
Taiwan kai ch`ien / kai chien
Chinese to change one's reservation; to transfer to a different flight or airline

改組


改组

see styles
Mandarin gǎi zǔ / gai3 zu3
Taiwan kai tsu
Japanese kaiso / かいそ
Chinese to reorganize; to reshuffle (posts etc)
Japanese (noun/participle) reorganization; reorganisation

改編


改编

see styles
Mandarin gǎi biān / gai3 bian1
Taiwan kai pien
Japanese kaihen / かいへん
Chinese to adapt; to rearrange; to revise
Japanese (noun/participle) reorganization; reorganisation

改良

see styles
Mandarin gǎi liáng / gai3 liang2
Taiwan kai liang
Japanese kairyou / kairyo / かいりょう
Chinese to improve
Japanese (noun/participle) improvement; reform

改行

see styles
Mandarin gǎi háng / gai3 hang2
Taiwan kai hang
Japanese kaigyou / kaigyo / かいぎょう
Chinese to change profession
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) new line; new paragraph; (2) {comp} newline (e.g. LF, CR, CRLF)

改裝


改装

see styles
Mandarin gǎi zhuāng / gai3 zhuang1
Taiwan kai chuang
Chinese to change one's costume; to repackage; to remodel; to refit; to modify; to convert
Japanese See: 改装

改觀


改观

see styles
Mandarin gǎi guān / gai3 guan1
Taiwan kai kuan
Chinese change of appearance; to revise one's point of view

改訂


改订

see styles
Mandarin gǎi dìng / gai3 ding4
Taiwan kai ting
Japanese kaitei / kaite / かいてい
Chinese to revise (text, plan etc)
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) (See 改定) revision (of text); alteration; change

改譯


改译

see styles
Mandarin gǎi yì / gai3 yi4
Taiwan kai i
Chinese to correct (improve) a translation

改變


改变

see styles
Mandarin gǎi biàn / gai3 bian4
Taiwan kai pien
Chinese to change; to alter; to transform

改轉


改转

see styles
Mandarin gǎi zhuǎn / gai3 zhuan3
Taiwan kai chuan
Japanese kaiten
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

改造

see styles
Mandarin gǎi zào / gai3 zao4
Taiwan kai tsao
Japanese kaizou / kaizo / かいぞう
Chinese to transform; to reform; to remodel; to remold
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) remodeling; remodelling; restructuring; reconstruction; reshuffling (e.g. cabinet); (2) {comp} modding; (given name) Kaizou

改進


改进

see styles
Mandarin gǎi jìn / gai3 jin4
Taiwan kai chin
Japanese kaishin / かいしん
Chinese to improve; to make better; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (noun/participle) bringing up to date; progress; (place-name) Kaishin

改過


改过

see styles
Mandarin gǎi guò / gai3 guo4
Taiwan kai kuo
Japanese kaika
Chinese to correct; to fix
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

改道

see styles
Mandarin gǎi dào / gai3 dao4
Taiwan kai tao
Japanese kaidou / kaido / かいどう
Chinese to change route; to divert (a road or a watercourse)
Japanese (surname) Kaidou

改選


改选

see styles
Mandarin gǎi xuǎn / gai3 xuan3
Taiwan kai hsüan
Japanese kaisen / かいせん
Chinese reelection; to reelect
Japanese (noun/participle) re-election

改錐


改锥

see styles
Mandarin gǎi zhuī / gai3 zhui1
Taiwan kai chui
Chinese screwdriver; CL:把[ba3]

改錯


改错

see styles
Mandarin gǎi cuò / gai3 cuo4
Taiwan kai ts`o / kai tso
Chinese to correct an error

改革

see styles
Mandarin gǎi gé / gai3 ge2
Taiwan kai ko
Japanese kaikaku / かいかく
Chinese reform; CL:次[ci4],種|种[zhong3],項|项[xiang4]; to reform
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) reform; reformation; innovation

改革家

see styles
Mandarin gǎi gé jiā / gai3 ge2 jia1
Taiwan kai ko chia
Chinese reformer

改革派

see styles
Mandarin gǎi gé pài / gai3 ge2 pai4
Taiwan kai ko p`ai / kai ko pai
Japanese kaikakuha / かいかくは
Chinese the reformist party
Japanese reformist

改革者

see styles
Mandarin gǎi gé zhě / gai3 ge2 zhe3
Taiwan kai ko che
Japanese kaikakusha / かいかくしゃ
Chinese reformer
Japanese reformer

放開


放开

see styles
Mandarin fàng kāi / fang4 kai1
Taiwan fang k`ai / fang kai
Chinese to let go; to release

政改

see styles
Mandarin zhèng gǎi / zheng4 gai3
Taiwan cheng kai
Chinese political reform

敞開


敞开

see styles
Mandarin chǎng kāi / chang3 kai1
Taiwan ch`ang k`ai / chang kai
Chinese to open wide; unrestrictedly

敞開兒


敞开儿

see styles
Mandarin chǎng kāi r / chang3 kai1 r5
Taiwan ch`ang k`ai r / chang kai r
Chinese unrestrictedly

散開


散开

see styles
Mandarin sàn kāi / san4 kai1
Taiwan san k`ai / san kai
Japanese sankai / さんかい
Chinese to separate; to disperse
Japanese (noun/participle) deployment; spreading out; dispersing; dispersal

整改

see styles
Mandarin zhěng gǎi / zheng3 gai3
Taiwan cheng kai
Chinese to reform; to rectify and improve

斷開


断开

see styles
Mandarin duàn kāi / duan4 kai1
Taiwan tuan k`ai / tuan kai
Chinese to break; to sever; to turn off (electric switch)

施開廢


施开废

see styles
Mandarin shī kāi fèi / shi1 kai1 fei4
Taiwan shih k`ai fei / shih kai fei
Japanese se kai hai
A Tiantai term indicating the three periods of the Buddha's teaching: (1) bestowing the truth in Hīnayāna and other partial forms; (2) opening of the perfect truth like the lotus, as in the Lotus Sutra; (3) abrogating the earlier imperfect forms; bestowing, opening, and abrogating

旛蓋


旛盖

see styles
Mandarin fān gài / fan1 gai4
Taiwan fan kai
Japanese bangai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

易開罐


易开罐

see styles
Mandarinkāi guàn / yi4 kai1 guan4
Taiwan i k`ai kuan / i kai kuan
Chinese (Tw) pull-top can; easy-open can (with ring-pull)

智愷


智恺

see styles
Mandarin zhì kǎi / zhi4 kai3
Taiwan chih k`ai / chih kai
Japanese Chigai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

更改

see styles
Mandarin gēng gǎi / geng1 gai3
Taiwan keng kai
Japanese koukai / kokai / こうかい
Chinese to alter
Japanese (noun/participle) renewal; extension; revision

月蓋


月盖

see styles
Mandarin yuè gài / yue4 gai4
Taiwan yüeh kai
Japanese Gatsugai
An elder of Vaiśālī, who at the Buddha's bidding sought the aid of Amitābha, 勢至 (Mahāsthamaprāpta) and Guanyin, especially the last, to rid his people of a pestilence. See Vimalakīrti Sutra; Somachattra

有開發


有开发

see styles
Mandarin yǒu kāi fā / you3 kai1 fa1
Taiwan yu k`ai fa / yu kai fa
Japanese u kaihotsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

木揩牙

see styles
Mandarinkāi/ mu4 kai1 ya2
Taiwan mu k`ai ya / mu kai ya
Japanese kikaiya
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

未開


未开

see styles
Mandarin wèi kāi / wei4 kai1
Taiwan wei k`ai / wei kai
Japanese mikai / みかい
Japanese (adj-na,n,adj-no) savage land; backward region; uncivilized; uncivilised
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

未開顯


未开显

see styles
Mandarin wèi kāi xiǎn / wei4 kai1 xian3
Taiwan wei k`ai hsien / wei kai hsien
Japanese mikai ken
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

末底改

see styles
Mandarin mò dǐ gǎi / mo4 di3 gai3
Taiwan mo ti kai
Chinese Mordechai (name)

李澤楷

see styles
Mandarin lǐ zé kǎi / li3 ze2 kai3
Taiwan li tse k`ai / li tse kai
Chinese Richard Li (1966-), Hong Kong businessman and philanthropist

李開復

see styles
Mandarinkāi/ li3 kai1 fu4
Taiwan li k`ai fu / li kai fu
Chinese Kai-Fu Lee (1961-), Taiwanese computer scientist and IT executive, founding president of Google China 2005-2009

梗概

see styles
Mandarin gěng gài / geng3 gai4
Taiwan keng kai
Japanese kougai / kogai / こうがい
Chinese synopsis; outline (of story)
Japanese outline; summary; epitome

棄五蓋


弃五盖

see styles
Mandarin qì wǔ gài / qi4 wu3 gai4
Taiwan ch`i wu kai / chi wu kai
Japanese ki gokai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

楊開慧

see styles
Mandarin yáng kāi huì / yang2 kai1 hui4
Taiwan yang k`ai hui / yang kai hui
Chinese Yang Kaihui (1901-1930), Mao Zedong's second wife

see styles
Mandarin kǎi // jiē / kai3 // jie1
Taiwan k`ai // chieh / kai // chieh
Japanese nori / のり    tadashi / ただし    kai / かい
Chinese model; pattern; regular script (calligraphic style); Chinese pistachio tree (Pistacia chinensis)
Japanese (female given name) Nori; (given name) Tadashi; (given name) Kai

楷字

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 zi4
Taiwan k`ai tzu / kai tzu
Chinese regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)

楷書

see styles
Mandarin kǎi shū / kai3 shu1
Taiwan k`ai shu / kai shu
Japanese kaisho / かいしょ
Chinese regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)
Japanese (See 楷書体) square style of handwriting; printed style of handwriting; block style; standard style

楷模

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 mo2
Taiwan k`ai mo / kai mo
Chinese model; example

楷體

see styles
Mandarin kǎi/ kai3 ti3
Taiwan k`ai t`i / kai ti
Chinese regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)

see styles
Mandarin gài / gai4
Taiwan kai
Japanese kaiji / かいじ
Chinese general; approximate
Japanese (personal name) Kaiji
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

概型

see styles
Mandarin gài xíng / gai4 xing2
Taiwan kai hsing
Chinese (math.) a scheme

概形

see styles
Mandarin gài xíng / gai4 xing2
Taiwan kai hsing
Chinese scheme (in algebraic geometry)

概念

see styles
Mandarin gài niàn / gai4 nian4
Taiwan kai nien
Japanese gainen / がいねん
Chinese concept; idea; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese general idea; concept; notion

概念化

see styles
Mandarin gài niàn huà / gai4 nian4 hua4
Taiwan kai nien hua
Japanese gainenka / がいねんか
Chinese conceptualization
Japanese (noun/participle) conceptualization; conceptualisation

概括

see styles
Mandarin gài kuò / gai4 kuo4
Taiwan kai k`uo / kai kuo
Japanese gaikatsu / がいかつ
Chinese to summarize; to generalize; briefly; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (noun/participle) summary; generalization; generalisation

概括化

see styles
Mandarin gài kuò huà / gai4 kuo4 hua4
Taiwan kai k`uo hua / kai kuo hua
Chinese generalization

概數

see styles
Mandarin gài shù / gai4 shu4
Taiwan kai shu
Chinese approximate number (两三百, 十幾|十几, 一千多 etc)

概況

see styles
Mandarin gài kuàng / gai4 kuang4
Taiwan kai k`uang / kai kuang
Japanese gaikyou / gaikyo / がいきょう
Chinese general situation; summary
Japanese outlook; general situation

概測法

see styles
Mandarin gài cè fǎ / gai4 ce4 fa3
Taiwan kai ts`e fa / kai tse fa
Chinese rough-and-ready method; rule of thumb

概然

see styles
Mandarin gài rán / gai4 ran2
Taiwan kai jan
Japanese gainen
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

概率

see styles
Mandarin gài lǜ / gai4 lu:4
Taiwan kai
Chinese probability (math.)

概率論

see styles
Mandarin gài lǜ lùn / gai4 lu:4 lun4
Taiwan kai lü lun
Chinese probability (math.)

概要

see styles
Mandarin gài yào / gai4 yao4
Taiwan kai yao
Japanese gaiyou / gaiyo / がいよう
Chinese outline
Japanese outline; summary; overview; abridgment; synopsis

概覽

see styles
Mandarin gài lǎn / gai4 lan3
Taiwan kai lan
Chinese general overview; to skim through

概觀

see styles
Mandarin gài guān / gai4 guan1
Taiwan kai kuan
Chinese to survey; to take stock of; overview

概論

see styles
Mandarin gài lùn / gai4 lun4
Taiwan kai lun
Japanese gairon / がいろん
Chinese outline; introduction; survey; general discussion
Japanese (noun/participle) introduction; outline; general remarks

概述

see styles
Mandarin gài shù / gai4 shu4
Taiwan kai shu
Chinese overview

槃蓋


槃盖

see styles
Mandarin pán gài / pan2 gai4
Taiwan p`an kai / pan kai
Japanese hankai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

see styles
Mandarin gài / gai4
Taiwan kai
Chinese old variant of 概[gai4]

see styles
Mandarin gài / gai4
Taiwan kai
Chinese variant of 概[gai4]

槪念

see styles
Mandarin gài niàn / gai4 nian4
Taiwan kai nien
Japanese gainen
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

樂開花

see styles
Mandarinkāi huā / le4 kai1 hua1
Taiwan le k`ai hua / le kai hua
Chinese to burst with joy

see styles
Mandarin kài / kai4
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Chinese to cough

正楷

see styles
Mandarin zhèng kǎi / zheng4 kai3
Taiwan cheng k`ai / cheng kai
Chinese regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)

毛概

see styles
Mandarin máo gài / mao2 gai4
Taiwan mao kai
Chinese Introduction to Maoism (subject); abbr. for 毛澤東思想概論|毛泽东思想概论[Mao2 Ze2 dong1 Si1 xiang3 Gai4 lun4]

氣概

see styles
Mandarin qì gài / qi4 gai4
Taiwan ch`i kai / chi kai
Chinese lofty quality; mettle; spirit

氧化鈣

see styles
Mandarin yǎng huà gài / yang3 hua4 gai4
Taiwan yang hua kai
Chinese calcium oxide

氯化鈣

see styles
Mandarin lǜ huà gài / lu:4 hua4 gai4
Taiwan lü hua kai
Chinese calcium chloride

洞開

see styles
Mandarin dòng kāi / dong4 kai1
Taiwan tung k`ai / tung kai
Chinese to be wide open

活該

see styles
Mandarin huó gāi / huo2 gai1
Taiwan huo kai
Chinese (coll.) serve sb right; deservedly; ought; should

涵蓋

see styles
Mandarin hán gài / han2 gai4
Taiwan han kai
Chinese to cover; to comprise; to include

深生愛


深生爱

see styles
Mandarin shēn shēn gài / shen1 shen1 gai4
Taiwan shen shen kai
Japanese shin shōai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

淹蓋

see styles
Mandarin yān gài / yan1 gai4
Taiwan yen kai
Chinese to submerge; to flood; to drown out

see styles
Mandarin gài / gai4
Taiwan kai
Chinese to irrigate

溉滌

see styles
Mandarin gài dí / gai4 di2
Taiwan kai ti
Chinese to wash

滾開

see styles
Mandarin gǔn kāi / gun3 kai1
Taiwan kun k`ai / kun kai
Chinese to boil (of liquid); boiling hot; Get out!; Go away!; fuck off (rude)

濺開

see styles
Mandarin jiàn kāi / jian4 kai1
Taiwan chien k`ai / chien kai
Chinese splash

灌溉

see styles
Mandarin guàn gài / guan4 gai4
Taiwan kuan kai
Chinese to irrigate

灌溉渠

see styles
Mandarin guàn gài qú / guan4 gai4 qu2
Taiwan kuan kai ch`ü / kuan kai chü
Chinese irrigation channel

烟蓋


烟盖

see styles
Mandarin yān gài / yan1 gai4
Taiwan yen kai
Japanese enkai
Smoke (of incense) like a canopy; canopy of smoke

無形礙


无形碍

see styles
Mandarin wú xín gài / wu2 xin2 gai4
Taiwan wu hsin kai
Japanese mu gyōge
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

無明蓋


无明盖

see styles
Mandarin wú míng gài / wu2 ming2 gai4
Taiwan wu ming kai
Japanese mumyō gai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

無蓋


无盖

see styles
Mandarin wú gài / wu2 gai4
Taiwan wu kai
Japanese mugai / むがい
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) open; uncovered; (given name) Mugai
That which cannot be covered or contained, universal; also that which includes all, a characteristic of the pity of Buddha, hence無蓋大悲, uncontainable, or superlative, pity.

無蓋哀


无盖哀

see styles
Mandarin wú gài āi / wu2 gai4 ai1
Taiwan wu kai ai
Japanese mukai ai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

無開發


无开发

see styles
Mandarinkāi/ wu2 kai1 fa1
Taiwan wu k`ai fa / wu kai fa
Japanese mu kaihotsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

無障礙


无障碍

see styles
Mandarin wú zhàn gài / wu2 zhan4 gai4
Taiwan wu chan kai
Japanese mu shōge
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

煙蓋


烟盖

see styles
Mandarin yān gài / yan1 gai4
Taiwan yen kai
Japanese enkai
A smoke cover, i.e. a cloud of incense; canopy of smoke

煮開

see styles
Mandarin zhǔ kāi / zhu3 kai1
Taiwan chu k`ai / chu kai
Chinese to boil (food)

燒開

see styles
Mandarin shāo kāi / shao1 kai1
Taiwan shao k`ai / shao kai
Chinese to boil

爐蓋


炉盖

see styles
Mandarin lú gài / lu2 gai4
Taiwan lu kai
Japanese rogai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

爲開解


为开解

see styles
Mandarin wéi kāi jiě / wei2 kai1 jie3
Taiwan wei k`ai chieh / wei kai chieh
Japanese i kaige
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

爲開顯


为开显

see styles
Mandarin wéi kāi xiǎn / wei2 kai1 xian3
Taiwan wei k`ai hsien / wei kai hsien
Japanese i kaiken
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

爲障礙


为障碍

see styles
Mandarin wéi zhàn gài / wei2 zhan4 gai4
Taiwan wei chan kai
Japanese i shōge
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

生愛


生爱

see styles
Mandarin shēn gài / shen1 gai4
Taiwan shen kai
Japanese ikue / いくえ    ikia / いきあ
Japanese (female given name) Ikue; (female given name) Ikia
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

生礙


生碍

see styles
Mandarin shēn gài / shen1 gai4
Taiwan shen kai
Japanese shōge
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

甩開

see styles
Mandarin shuǎi kāi / shuai3 kai1
Taiwan shuai k`ai / shuai kai
Chinese to shake off; to get rid of

甲鎧

see styles
Mandarin jiǎ kǎi / jia3 kai3
Taiwan chia k`ai / chia kai
Chinese armor

略開


略开

see styles
Mandarin lüè kāi / lve4 kai1
Taiwan lve k`ai / lve kai
Japanese ryakukai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

疏開

see styles
Mandarin shū kāi / shu1 kai1
Taiwan shu k`ai / shu kai
Chinese to disperse

疑蓋


疑盖

see styles
Mandarin yí gài / yi2 gai4
Taiwan i kai
Japanese gigai
The overhanging cover of doubt; obstruction of doubt

發改委

see styles
Mandarin fā gǎi wěi / fa1 gai3 wei3
Taiwan fa kai wei
Chinese abbr. for 國家發展和改革委員會|国家发展和改革委员会, PRC National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), formed in 2003

白蓋


白盖

see styles
Mandarin bái gài / bai2 gai4
Taiwan pai kai
Japanese shirafuta / しらふた
Japanese (surname) Shirafuta
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

白開水

see styles
Mandarin bái kāi shuǐ / bai2 kai1 shui3
Taiwan pai k`ai shui / pai kai shui
Chinese plain boiled water

盛開

see styles
Mandarin shèng kāi / sheng4 kai1
Taiwan sheng k`ai / sheng kai
Chinese blooming; in full flower

盤蓋


盘盖

see styles
Mandarin pán gài / pan2 gai4
Taiwan p`an kai / pan kai
Japanese bankai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

看開

see styles
Mandarin kàn kāi / kan4 kai1
Taiwan k`an k`ai / kan kai
Chinese to come to accept an unpleasant fact; to get over something; to cheer up

睜開

see styles
Mandarin zhēng kāi / zheng1 kai1
Taiwan cheng k`ai / cheng kai
Chinese to open (one's eyes)

睡眠蓋


睡眠盖

see styles
Mandarin shuì mián gài / shui4 mian2 gai4
Taiwan shui mien kai
Japanese suimen kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

破開

see styles
Mandarinkāi / po4 kai1
Taiwan p`o k`ai / po kai
Chinese to split; to cut open

硝酸鈣

see styles
Mandarin xiāo suān gài / xiao1 suan1 gai4
Taiwan hsiao suan kai
Chinese calcium nitrate

硫酸鈣

see styles
Mandarin liú suān gài / liu2 suan1 gai4
Taiwan liu suan kai
Chinese calcium sulfate

碳化鈣

see styles
Mandarin tàn huà gài / tan4 hua4 gai4
Taiwan t`an hua kai / tan hua kai
Chinese calcium carbide CaC2

碳酸鈣

see styles
Mandarin tàn suān gài / tan4 suan1 gai4
Taiwan t`an suan kai / tan suan kai
Chinese calcium carbonate

磕膝蓋

see styles
Mandarin kē xī gài / ke1 xi1 gai4
Taiwan k`o hsi kai / ko hsi kai
Chinese (dialect) knee

磨不開

see styles
Mandarin mò bù kāi / mo4 bu4 kai1
Taiwan mo pu k`ai / mo pu kai
Chinese to feel embarrassed

磨得開

see styles
Mandarin mó de kāi / mo2 de5 kai1
Taiwan mo te k`ai / mo te kai
Chinese unembarrassed; without fear of impairing personal relation

磷化鈣

see styles
Mandarin lín huà gài / lin2 hua4 gai4
Taiwan lin hua kai
Chinese calcium phosphate (chemistry)

磷酸鈣

see styles
Mandarin lín suān gài / lin2 suan1 gai4
Taiwan lin suan kai
Chinese calcium phosphate (chemistry)

福蓋


福盖

see styles
Mandarin fú gài / fu2 gai4
Taiwan fu kai
Japanese fukukai
The cover, or canopy, of blessing; canopy of blessings

禿寶蓋

see styles
Mandarin tū bǎo gài / tu1 bao3 gai4
Taiwan t`u pao kai / tu pao kai
Chinese name of "cover" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 14); see also 冖[mi4]

移開

see styles
Mandarinkāi / yi2 kai1
Taiwan i k`ai / i kai
Chinese to move away

竄改

see styles
Mandarin cuàn gǎi / cuan4 gai3
Taiwan ts`uan kai / tsuan kai
Chinese to alter; to modify; to change; to tamper

等開示


等开示

see styles
Mandarin děng kāi shì / deng3 kai1 shi4
Taiwan teng k`ai shih / teng kai shih
Japanese tōkaiji
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

篡改

see styles
Mandarin cuàn gǎi / cuan4 gai3
Taiwan ts`uan kai / tsuan kai
Chinese to tamper with; to falsify

篷蓋佈

see styles
Mandarin péng gài bù / peng2 gai4 bu4
Taiwan p`eng kai pu / peng kai pu
Chinese sail cloth

米凱拉

see styles
Mandarinkǎi/ mi3 kai3 la1
Taiwan mi k`ai la / mi kai la
Chinese Michaela (name)

米該亞

see styles
Mandarin mǐ gāi yà / mi3 gai1 ya4
Taiwan mi kai ya
Chinese Micah

精進鎧


精进铠

see styles
Mandarin jīng jìn kǎi / jing1 jin4 kai3
Taiwan ching chin k`ai / ching chin kai
Japanese shōjin gai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

綻開

see styles
Mandarin zhàn kāi / zhan4 kai1
Taiwan chan k`ai / chan kai
Chinese to burst forth

總開


总开

see styles
Mandarin zǒng kāi / zong3 kai1
Taiwan tsung k`ai / tsung kai
Japanese sō kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

總開關

see styles
Mandarin zǒng kāi guān / zong3 kai1 guan1
Taiwan tsung k`ai kuan / tsung kai kuan
Chinese main switch

繒蓋


缯盖

see styles
Mandarin zēng gài / zeng1 gai4
Taiwan tseng kai
Japanese shōgai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

繪蓋


绘盖

see styles
Mandarin huì gài / hui4 gai4
Taiwan hui kai
Japanese ekai
A large embroider canopy of silk; a large embroidered canopy of silk

翻蓋

see styles
Mandarin fān gài / fan1 gai4
Taiwan fan kai
Chinese flip-top (mobile phone, handbag etc); to rebuild; to renovate

翻開

see styles
Mandarin fān kāi / fan1 kai1
Taiwan fan k`ai / fan kai
Chinese to open up

能礙


能碍

see styles
Mandarin nén gài / nen2 gai4
Taiwan nen kai
Japanese nōge
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

能開


能开

see styles
Mandarin néng kāi / neng2 kai1
Taiwan neng k`ai / neng kai
Japanese nō kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

能開示


能开示

see styles
Mandarin néng kāi shì / neng2 kai1 shi4
Taiwan neng k`ai shih / neng kai shih
Japanese nō kaiji
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

脫開

see styles
Mandarin tuō kāi / tuo1 kai1
Taiwan t`o k`ai / to kai
Chinese to withdraw

膝蓋

see styles
Mandarin xī gài / xi1 gai4
Taiwan hsi kai
Chinese knee

膝蓋骨

see styles
Mandarin xī gài gǔ / xi1 gai4 gu3
Taiwan hsi kai ku
Japanese shitsugaikotsu / しつがいこつ
Chinese kneecap
Japanese kneecap; patella

臭蓋

see styles
Mandarin chòu gài / chou4 gai4
Taiwan ch`ou kai / chou kai
Chinese to drivel (Tw)

色蓋


色盖

see styles
Mandarin sè gài / se4 gai4
Taiwan se kai
Japanese shikikai
The concealing, or misleading, character of the visible or material, the seeming concealing reality; obstructive materiality

芥藍

see styles
Mandarin gài lán / gai4 lan2
Taiwan kai lan
Japanese kairan / カイラン
Chinese Chinese broccoli; Chinese kale; cabbage mustard; Brassica oleracea var. alboglabra; also pr. [jie4 lan2]
Japanese kai-lan (chi:); gai-lan; Chinese broccoli

芥蘭

see styles
Mandarin gài lán / gai4 lan2
Taiwan kai lan
Chinese variant of 芥藍|芥蓝[gai4 lan2]

花開


花开

see styles
Mandarin huā kāi / hua1 kai1
Taiwan hua k`ai / hua kai
Japanese hanakai / はなかい
Japanese (surname) Hanakai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

若爾蓋

see styles
Mandarin ruò ěr gài / ruo4 er3 gai4
Taiwan jo erh kai
Chinese Zoigê county (Tibetan: mdzod dge rdzong) in Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang autonomous prefecture 阿壩藏族羌族自治州|阿坝藏族羌族自治州[A1 ba4 Zang4 zu2 Qiang1 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1], northwest Sichuan

茅蓋頭


茅盖头

see styles
Mandarin máo gài tóu / mao2 gai4 tou2
Taiwan mao kai t`ou / mao kai tou
Japanese bōkaizu
A handful of thatch to cover one's head, a hut, or simple monastery; thatch enough to cover one's head

see styles
Mandarin gāi / gai1
Taiwan kai
Chinese roots of plant

菌蓋

see styles
Mandarin jun gài / jun4 gai4
Taiwan chün kai
Chinese cap of mushroom

華蓋


华盖

see styles
Mandarin huá gài / hua2 gai4
Taiwan hua kai
Japanese kegai
Chinese imperial canopy (e.g. domed umbrella-like roof over carriage); aureole; halo
A flowery umbrella, a canopy of flowers; floral canopy

華開敷


华开敷

see styles
Mandarin huā kāi fū / hua1 kai1 fu1
Taiwan hua k`ai fu / hua kai fu
Japanese ke kaifu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

葉蓋


叶盖

see styles
Mandarin yè gài / ye4 gai4
Taiwan yeh kai
Japanese shōgai
A leaf-hat, or cover made of leaves; leaf canopy


see styles
Mandarin gài / gai4
Taiwan kai
Japanese futa(p);gai;futa / ふた(P);がい;フタ
Chinese lid; top; cover; canopy; to cover; to conceal; to build; surname Ge
Japanese (kana only) cover; lid; cap; (surname) Kinugasa; (surname) Kinugaki; (surname) Kai
A cover, anything that screens, hides, or hinders; to build; then, for. The passions which delude the real mind so that it does not develop. A hat, or umbrella, or any cover. The canopy over a Buddha.

蓋上

see styles
Mandarin gài shang / gai4 shang5
Taiwan kai shang
Chinese to cover

蓋世

see styles
Mandarin gài shì / gai4 shi4
Taiwan kai shih
Chinese unrivalled; matchless

蓋亞那

see styles
Mandarin gài yà nà / gai4 ya4 na4
Taiwan kai ya na
Chinese Guyana, NE of South America (Tw)

蓋兒

see styles
Mandarin gài r / gai4 r5
Taiwan kai r
Chinese cover; lid

蓋印

see styles
Mandarin gài yìn / gai4 yin4
Taiwan kai yin
Chinese to affix a seal; to stamp (a document)

蓋天


盖天

see styles
Mandarin gài tiān / gai4 tian1
Taiwan kai t`ien / kai tien
Japanese kaiten
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

蓋子

see styles
Mandarin gài zi / gai4 zi5
Taiwan kai tzu
Chinese cover; lid; shell

蓋層

see styles
Mandarin gài céng / gai4 ceng2
Taiwan kai ts`eng / kai tseng
Chinese cap rock

蓋州

see styles
Mandarin gài zhōu / gai4 zhou1
Taiwan kai chou
Chinese Gaizhou county level city in Yingkou 營口|营口, Liaoning

蓋州市

see styles
Mandarin gài zhōu shì / gai4 zhou1 shi4
Taiwan kai chou shih
Chinese Gaizhou county level city in Yingkou 營口|营口, Liaoning

蓋帽

see styles
Mandarin gài mào / gai4 mao4
Taiwan kai mao
Chinese block (basketball)

蓋帽兒

see styles
Mandarin gài mào r / gai4 mao4 r5
Taiwan kai mao r
Chinese to block a shot (basketball); (dialect) excellent; fantastic

蓋度

see styles
Mandarin gài dù / gai4 du4
Taiwan kai tu
Chinese coverage (in botany)

蓋澆飯

see styles
Mandarin gài jiāo fàn / gai4 jiao1 fan4
Taiwan kai chiao fan
Chinese rice with meat and vegetables

蓋火鍋

see styles
Mandarin gài huǒ guō / gai4 huo3 guo1
Taiwan kai huo kuo
Chinese to block a shot (basketball)

蓋然性

see styles
Mandarin gài rán xìng / gai4 ran2 xing4
Taiwan kai jan hsing
Japanese gaizensei / gaizense / がいぜんせい
Chinese probability
Japanese probability; likelihood

蓋爾

see styles
Mandarin gài ěr / gai4 er3
Taiwan kai erh
Chinese Gaelic; Geier or Gayer (name)

蓋爾語

see styles
Mandarin gài ěr yǔ / gai4 er3 yu3
Taiwan kai erh yü
Chinese Gaelic (language)

蓋牌

see styles
Mandarin gài pái / gai4 pai2
Taiwan kai p`ai / kai pai
Chinese to fold (poker)

蓋特納

see styles
Mandarin gài tè nà / gai4 te4 na4
Taiwan kai t`e na / kai te na
Chinese Geithner (name); Timothy Geithner (1961-), US banker, Treasury Secretary from 2009

蓋率

see styles
Mandarin gài lǜ / gai4 lu:4
Taiwan kai
Chinese coverage

蓋瓦

see styles
Mandarin gài wǎ / gai4 wa3
Taiwan kai wa
Chinese tiling (of roofs, floors, walls etc)

蓋碗

see styles
Mandarin gài wǎn / gai4 wan3
Taiwan kai wan
Chinese lidded teacup

蓋章

see styles
Mandarin gài zhāng / gai4 zhang1
Taiwan kai chang
Chinese to affix a seal; to stamp (a document); to sign off on something

蓋縣

see styles
Mandarin gài xiàn / gai4 xian4
Taiwan kai hsien
Chinese Gai county in Liaoning

蓋纏


盖缠

see styles
Mandarin gài chán / gai4 chan2
Taiwan kai ch`an / kai chan
Japanese kai ten
Cover and bonds i.e. the passions which stunt growth and hold in bondage; coverings and tethers

蓋茨

see styles
Mandarin gài cí / gai4 ci2
Taiwan kai tz`u / kai tzu
Chinese Gates (name)

蓋茨比

see styles
Mandarin gài cí bǐ / gai4 ci2 bi3
Taiwan kai tz`u pi / kai tzu pi
Chinese Gatsby

蓋茲

see styles
Mandarin gài zī / gai4 zi1
Taiwan kai tzu
Chinese Gates (name)

蓋菜

see styles
Mandarin gài cài / gai4 cai4
Taiwan kai ts`ai / kai tsai
Chinese leaf mustard

蓋覆


盖复

see styles
Mandarin gài fù / gai4 fu4
Taiwan kai fu
Japanese kaifuku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

蓋門

see styles
Mandarin gài mén / gai4 men2
Taiwan kai men
Chinese closing cover; door (e.g. of photocopier)

蓋障


盖障

see styles
Mandarin gài zhàng / gai4 zhang4
Taiwan kai chang
Japanese kaishō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

蓋頭

see styles
Mandarin gài tóu / gai4 tou2
Taiwan kai t`ou / kai tou
Chinese cover; cap; topping; head covering; veil

蓋飯

see styles
Mandarin gài fàn / gai4 fan4
Taiwan kai fan
Chinese rice with meat and vegetables

蔭蓋


荫盖

see styles
Mandarin yìn gài / yin4 gai4
Taiwan yin kai
Japanese ongai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

衆鎧


众铠

see styles
Mandarin zhòng kǎi / zhong4 kai3
Taiwan chung k`ai / chung kai
Japanese Shugai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

袁世凱

see styles
Mandarin yuán shì kǎi / yuan2 shi4 kai3
Taiwan yüan shih k`ai / yüan shih kai
Japanese enseigai / ensegai / えんせいがい
Chinese Yuan Shikai (1859-1916), senior general of late Qing, subsequently warlord and self-proclaimed emperor of China
Japanese (person) Yuan Shikai (1859-1916)

裂開

see styles
Mandarin liè kāi / lie4 kai1
Taiwan lieh k`ai / lieh kai
Japanese rekkai / れっかい
Chinese to split open
Japanese (noun/participle) dehiscence; cleavage; fission

覆蓋


复盖

see styles
Mandarin fù gài / fu4 gai4
Taiwan fu kai
Japanese fugai
Chinese to cover
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

覆蓋率

see styles
Mandarin fù gài lǜ / fu4 gai4 lu:4
Taiwan fu kai
Chinese coverage

覆蓋面

see styles
Mandarin fù gài miàn / fu4 gai4 mian4
Taiwan fu kai mien
Chinese coverage

覺鎧


觉铠

see styles
Mandarin jué kǎi / jue2 kai3
Taiwan chüeh k`ai / chüeh kai
Japanese Kakukai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

解開

see styles
Mandarin jiě kāi / jie3 kai1
Taiwan chieh k`ai / chieh kai
Chinese to untie; to undo; to solve (a mystery)


see styles
Mandarin gāi / gai1
Taiwan kai
Japanese gai / がい
Chinese should; ought to; probably; must be; to deserve; to owe; to be sb's turn to do something; that; the above-mentioned
Japanese (prefix) said; matter in question; (personal name) Chikai; (personal name) Sonau
To connect, belong to; proper; ought, owe; the said; the whole; to embrace

該亞

see styles
Mandarin gāi yà / gai1 ya4
Taiwan kai ya
Chinese Gaea, the Earth Goddess and mother of the Titans

該博

see styles
Mandarin gāi bó / gai1 bo2
Taiwan kai po
Japanese gaihaku / がいはく
Chinese erudite; broad and profound; learned
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) profundity; extensive (knowledge); (personal name) Kanehiro

該應

see styles
Mandarin gāi yīng / gai1 ying1
Taiwan kai ying
Chinese should

該攝門


该摄门

see styles
Mandarin gāi shè mén / gai1 she4 men2
Taiwan kai she men
Japanese gaishō mon
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

該死

see styles
Mandarin gāi sǐ / gai1 si3
Taiwan kai ssu
Chinese Damn it!; damned; wretched

該當

see styles
Mandarin gāi dāng / gai1 dang1
Taiwan kai tang
Chinese should; to deserve

該羅


该罗

see styles
Mandarin gāi luō / gai1 luo1
Taiwan kai lo
Japanese gaira
該攝 Containing, inclusive, undivided, whole; the one vehicle containing the three; collect all together without leaving or missing anything

該隱

see styles
Mandarin gāi yǐn / gai1 yin3
Taiwan kai yin
Chinese Cain (name); Cain (biblical character), a figure of Judeo-Christian-Muslim mythology

諸蓋


诸盖

see styles
Mandarin zhū gài / zhu1 gai4
Taiwan chu kai
Japanese shokai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

講開示


讲开示

see styles
Mandarin jiǎng kāi shì / jiang3 kai1 shi4
Taiwan chiang k`ai shih / chiang kai shih
Japanese kōkaiji
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

謝爾蓋

see styles
Mandarin xiè ěr gài / xie4 er3 gai4
Taiwan hsieh erh kai
Chinese Sergei (name)

讓開

see styles
Mandarin ràng kāi / rang4 kai1
Taiwan jang k`ai / jang kai
Chinese to get out of the way; to step aside

貪欲蓋


贪欲盖

see styles
Mandarin tān yù gài / tan1 yu4 gai4
Taiwan t`an yü kai / tan yü kai
Japanese tonyoku kai
The cover of desire which overlays the mind and prevents the good from appearing; obscuration of desire


see styles
Mandarin gāi / gai1
Taiwan kai
Chinese complete; full; surname Gai

賅博

see styles
Mandarin gāi bó / gai1 bo2
Taiwan kai po
Chinese variant of 該博|该博[gai1 bo2]

賅括

see styles
Mandarin gāi kuò / gai1 kuo4
Taiwan kai k`uo / kai kuo
Chinese see 概括[gai4 kuo4]

see styles
Mandarin gāi / gai1
Taiwan kai
Chinese old variant of 賅|赅[gai1]

走開

see styles
Mandarin zǒu kāi / zou3 kai1
Taiwan tsou k`ai / tsou kai
Chinese to leave; to walk away; to beat it; to move aside

起開

see styles
Mandarinkai / qi3 kai5
Taiwan ch`i k`ai / chi kai
Chinese (dialect) to step aside; Get out of the way!

躲開

see styles
Mandarin duǒ kāi / duo3 kai1
Taiwan to k`ai / to kai
Chinese to stay out of (hot water, trouble, awkward situation etc); to avoid (sb)

軟口蓋

see styles
Mandarin ruǎn kǒu gài / ruan3 kou3 gai4
Taiwan juan k`ou kai / juan kou kai
Japanese nankougai / nankogai / なんこうがい
Chinese soft palate; velum
Japanese soft palate

輪蓋


轮盖

see styles
Mandarin lún gài / lun2 gai4
Taiwan lun kai
Japanese rinkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

遍開示


遍开示

see styles
Mandarin biàn kāi shì / bian4 kai1 shi4
Taiwan pien k`ai shih / pien kai shih
Japanese hen kaiji
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

遮蓋

see styles
Mandarin zhē gài / zhe1 gai4
Taiwan che kai
Chinese to hide; to cover (one's tracks)

避開

see styles
Mandarinkāi / bi4 kai1
Taiwan pi k`ai / pi kai
Chinese to avoid; to evade; to keep away from

邁凱伊

see styles
Mandarin mài kǎi yī / mai4 kai3 yi1
Taiwan mai k`ai i / mai kai i
Chinese McKay or Mackay (name)

邁凱輪

see styles
Mandarin mài kǎi lún / mai4 kai3 lun2
Taiwan mai k`ai lun / mai kai lun
Chinese McLaren; MacLaren

鄣礙


鄣碍

see styles
Mandarin zhàn gài / zhan4 gai4
Taiwan chan kai
Japanese shōge
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

醫改

see styles
Mandarin yī gǎi / yi1 gai3
Taiwan i kai
Chinese reform of the medical system

重開

see styles
Mandarin chóng kāi / chong2 kai1
Taiwan ch`ung k`ai / chung kai
Chinese to reopen

釣凱子

see styles
Mandarin diào kǎi zi / diao4 kai3 zi5
Taiwan tiao k`ai tzu / tiao kai tzu
Chinese (slang) (of women) to hunt for rich, attractive guys

see styles
Mandarin gài / gai4
Taiwan kai
Chinese calcium (chemistry)

鈣化

see styles
Mandarin gài huà / gai4 hua4
Taiwan kai hua
Chinese to calcify; calcification

鈣質

see styles
Mandarin gài zhì / gai4 zhi4
Taiwan kai chih
Chinese calcium; calcium material (such as bone)

鋪蓋


铺盖

see styles
Mandarin pū gai // pū gài / pu1 gai5 // pu1 gai4
Taiwan p`u kai // p`u / pu kai // pu
Chinese bedding; bedclothes; to spread evenly over

鋸開

see styles
Mandarinkāi / ju4 kai1
Taiwan chü k`ai / chü kai
Chinese to saw

錯開

see styles
Mandarin cuò kāi / cuo4 kai1
Taiwan ts`o k`ai / tso kai
Chinese to stagger (times)

see styles
Mandarin kǎi / kai3
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Chinese high quality iron

鍋蓋

see styles
Mandarin guō gài / guo1 gai4
Taiwan kuo kai
Japanese nabebuta / なべぶた
Chinese saucepan lid; (satellite) dish
Japanese (1) pan lid; pot lid; (2) (See 卦算冠) kanji "kettle lid" radical (radical 8)


see styles
Mandarin kǎi / kai3
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Japanese yoroi / よろい    kaizou / kaizo / かいぞう    kaiichi / kaichi / かいいち    abumi / あぶみ
Chinese armor
Japanese armor; armour; (place-name) Yoroi; (personal name) Kaizou; (personal name) Kaiichi; (surname) Abumi
Armour, mail. 鎧甲.

鎧甲

see styles
Mandarin kǎi jiǎ / kai3 jia3
Taiwan k`ai chia / kai chia
Chinese armor

see styles
Mandarin kāi / kai1
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Chinese californium (chemistry)

閃開

see styles
Mandarin shǎn kāi / shan3 kai1
Taiwan shan k`ai / shan kai
Chinese to get out of the way


see styles
Mandarin kāi / kai1
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Japanese hiraku / ひらく    hiraki / ひらき    haruki / はるき    haru / はる    hari / はり    satoru / さとる    kai / かい
Chinese to open; to start; to turn on; to boil; to write out (a prescription, check, invoice etc); to operate (a vehicle); carat (gold); abbr. for Kelvin, 開爾文|开尔文[Kai1 er3 wen2]; abbr. for 開本|开本[kai1 ben3], book format
Japanese (surname, given name) Hiraku; (place-name, surname) Hiraki; (given name) Haruki; (surname) Haru; (surname) Hari; (given name) Satoru; (surname) Kai
To open, begin, institute, unfold, disclose; dismiss; write out; unloose; to heat, boil; to disclose

開了


开了

see styles
Mandarin kāi liǎo / kai1 liao3
Taiwan k`ai liao / kai liao
Japanese kairyō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開交

see styles
Mandarin kāi jiāo / kai1 jiao1
Taiwan k`ai chiao / kai chiao
Chinese (used with negative) to conclude; (impossible) to end; (can't) finish

開仗

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhàng / kai1 zhang4
Taiwan k`ai chang / kai chang
Chinese to start a war; to open hostilities

開伙

see styles
Mandarin kāi huǒ / kai1 huo3
Taiwan k`ai huo / kai huo
Chinese to start providing food; to open today's service in a canteen

開伯爾

see styles
Mandarin kāi bó ěr / kai1 bo2 er3
Taiwan k`ai po erh / kai po erh
Chinese Khyber province of Pakistan; Northwest Frontier province

開例

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 li4
Taiwan k`ai li / kai li
Chinese to create a precedent

開倒車

see styles
Mandarin kāi dào chē / kai1 dao4 che1
Taiwan k`ai tao ch`e / kai tao che
Chinese to drive in reverse; fig. to take a backward step; retrogressive; trying to turn the clock back

開價

see styles
Mandarin kāi jià / kai1 jia4
Taiwan k`ai chia / kai chia
Chinese to quote a price; seller's first offer

開元


开元

see styles
Mandarin kāi yuán / kai1 yuan2
Taiwan k`ai yüan / kai yüan
Japanese kaimoto / かいもと
Chinese Tang emperor Xuanzong's 唐玄宗[Tang2 Xuan2 zong1] reign name used during the Kaiyuan era (713-741), a peak of Tang prosperity
Japanese (surname) Kaimoto
The Kaiyuan period of the Tang emperor Xuanzong, A.D. 713-741; during which the monk 智昇 Zhisheng in 730 issued his 'complete list of all the translations of Buddhist books into the Chinese language from the year A.D. 67 up to the date of publication, embracing the labours of 176 individuals, the whole amounting to 2,278 separate works, many of which, however, were at that time already lost.' Wylie. Its title was開元釋教錄. He also issued the 開元釋教錄略出, an abbreviated version.

開元錄


开元录

see styles
Mandarin kāi yuán lù / kai1 yuan2 lu4
Taiwan k`ai yüan lu / kai yüan lu
Japanese Kaiganroku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開先

see styles
Mandarin kāi xiān / kai1 xian1
Taiwan k`ai hsien / kai hsien
Japanese kaisaki / かいさき
Chinese at first
Japanese groove (in welding)

開光


开光

see styles
Mandarin kāi guāng / kai1 guang1
Taiwan k`ai kuang / kai kuang
Japanese kaikou / kaiko / かいこう
Chinese eye-opening ceremony for a religious idol (Buddhism); to consecrate; to bless; transparent; translucent; haircut; shaving the head or face (humorous); a method of decoration; first light (astronomy)
Japanese (surname) Kaikou
Introducing the light, the ceremony of 'opening the eyes' of an image, i.e. painting or touching in the pupil; also 開眼.

開光明


开光明

see styles
Mandarin kāi guāng míng / kai1 guang1 ming2
Taiwan k`ai kuang ming / kai kuang ming
Japanese kai kōmyō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開具


开具

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ju4
Taiwan k`ai chü / kai chü
Japanese kaigu
To make an inventory; take an inventory of implements

開凍

see styles
Mandarin kāi dòng / kai1 dong4
Taiwan k`ai tung / kai tung
Chinese to thaw; to melt

開刀

see styles
Mandarin kāi dāo / kai1 dao1
Taiwan k`ai tao / kai tao
Chinese (of a surgeon) to perform an operation; (of a patient) to have an operation; to decapitate; to behead; to single out as a point of attack

開列

see styles
Mandarin kāi liè / kai1 lie4
Taiwan k`ai lieh / kai lieh
Chinese to make (a list); to list

開初

see styles
Mandarin kāi chū / kai1 chu1
Taiwan k`ai ch`u / kai chu
Japanese kaihatsu / かいはつ
Chinese at the outset; at first; early
Japanese (surname) Kaihatsu

開制


开制

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhì / kai1 zhi4
Taiwan k`ai chih / kai chih
Japanese kaisei
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開創

see styles
Mandarin kāi chuàng / kai1 chuang4
Taiwan k`ai ch`uang / kai chuang
Japanese kaisou / kaiso / かいそう
Chinese to initiate; to start; to found
Japanese (noun/participle) initial opening (esp. of a temple)

開創性

see styles
Mandarin kāi chuàng xìng / kai1 chuang4 xing4
Taiwan k`ai ch`uang hsing / kai chuang hsing
Chinese innovative

開動

see styles
Mandarin kāi dòng / kai1 dong4
Taiwan k`ai tung / kai tung
Chinese to start; to set in motion; to move; to march; to dig in (eating); to tuck in (eating)

開化


开化

see styles
Mandarin kāi huà / kai1 hua4
Taiwan k`ai hua / kai hua
Japanese kaika / かいか
Chinese to become civilized; to be open-minded; (of ice) to thaw
Japanese (noun/participle) civilization; civilisation; enlightenment; (surname) Kaika
To transform the character by instruction; to teach; to guide

開化縣

see styles
Mandarin kāi huà xiàn / kai1 hua4 xian4
Taiwan k`ai hua hsien / kai hua hsien
Chinese Kaihua county in Quzhou 衢州[Qu2 zhou1], Zhejiang

開區間

see styles
Mandarin kāi qū jiān / kai1 qu1 jian1
Taiwan k`ai ch`ü chien / kai chü chien
Chinese open interval (in calculus)

開印

see styles
Mandarin kāi yìn / kai1 yin4
Taiwan k`ai yin / kai yin
Chinese to start a print run

開卷

see styles
Mandarin kāi juàn / kai1 juan4
Taiwan k`ai chüan / kai chüan
Chinese to open a book; open-book (exam)

開原

see styles
Mandarin kāi yuán / kai1 yuan2
Taiwan k`ai yüan / kai yüan
Japanese hirakibara / ひらきばら    kaibara / かいばら    kaihara / かいはら
Chinese Kaiyuan county level city in Tieling 鐵嶺|铁岭, Liaoning
Japanese (surname) Hirakibara; (surname) Kaibara; (surname) Kaihara

開原市

see styles
Mandarin kāi yuán shì / kai1 yuan2 shi4
Taiwan k`ai yüan shih / kai yüan shih
Chinese Kaiyuan county level city in Tieling 鐵嶺|铁岭, Liaoning

開原縣

see styles
Mandarin kāi yuán xiàn / kai1 yuan2 xian4
Taiwan k`ai yüan hsien / kai yüan hsien
Chinese Kaiyuan county in Tieling 鐵嶺|铁岭, Liaoning

開口

see styles
Mandarin kāi kǒu / kai1 kou3
Taiwan k`ai k`ou / kai kou
Japanese kaikou / kaiko / かいこう
Chinese to open one's mouth; to start to talk
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) opening; aperture (e.g. camera); (2) opening one's mouth; beginning to speak; (can act as adjective) (3) open; broad; (place-name, surname) Kaiguchi

開口子

see styles
Mandarin kāi kǒu zi / kai1 kou3 zi5
Taiwan k`ai k`ou tzu / kai kou tzu
Chinese a dike breaks; fig. to provide facilities (for evil deeds); to open the floodgates

開司米

see styles
Mandarin kāi sī mǐ / kai1 si1 mi3
Taiwan k`ai ssu mi / kai ssu mi
Chinese cashmere (loanword)

開合


开合

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 he2
Taiwan k`ai ho / kai ho
Japanese kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開味

see styles
Mandarin kāi wèi / kai1 wei4
Taiwan k`ai wei / kai wei
Chinese whet the appetite

開啓


开启

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 qi3
Taiwan k`ai ch`i / kai chi
Japanese kaikei
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開啟

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 qi3
Taiwan k`ai ch`i / kai chi
Chinese to open; to start

開單


开单

see styles
Mandarin kāi dān / kai1 dan1
Taiwan k`ai tan / kai tan
Japanese kaitan
Chinese to bill; to open a tab
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開國

see styles
Mandarin kāi guó / kai1 guo2
Taiwan k`ai kuo / kai kuo
Chinese to found a state; to open a closed country

開地

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 di4
Taiwan k`ai ti / kai ti
Japanese kaichi / かいち
Chinese to clear land (for cultivation); to open up land
Japanese (surname) Kaichi

開城

see styles
Mandarin kāi chéng / kai1 cheng2
Taiwan k`ai ch`eng / kai cheng
Japanese kaijou / kaijo / かいじょう
Chinese Kaesong or Gaeseong city in southwest North Korea, close to the border with South Korea and a special economic zone for South Korean companies
Japanese (noun/participle) capitulation (of fort); (given name) Haruki

開城市

see styles
Mandarin kāi chéng shì / kai1 cheng2 shi4
Taiwan k`ai ch`eng shih / kai cheng shih
Chinese Kaesong or Gaeseong city in southwest North Korea, close to the border with South Korea and a special economic zone for South Korean companies

開埠

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 bu4
Taiwan k`ai pu / kai pu
Chinese to open up a port for trade; to open treaty ports

開基


开基

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ji1
Taiwan k`ai chi / kai chi
Japanese kaiki / かいき
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) foundation of a temple; laying a foundation (stone); (2) {math} open base
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開基堂


开基堂

see styles
Mandarin kāi jī táng / kai1 ji1 tang2
Taiwan k`ai chi t`ang / kai chi tang
Japanese kaiki dō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開堂


开堂

see styles
Mandarin kāi táng / kai1 tang2
Taiwan k`ai t`ang / kai tang
Japanese kai
Chinese to open a law court; to set up a mourning hall
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開場

see styles
Mandarin kāi chǎng / kai1 chang3
Taiwan k`ai ch`ang / kai chang
Japanese kaijou / kaijo / かいじょう
Chinese to begin; to open; to start; beginning of an event
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) (See 閉場) opening (the doors to an event, etc.); (2) inauguration; (surname) Kaiba

開場白

see styles
Mandarin kāi chǎng bái / kai1 chang3 bai2
Taiwan k`ai ch`ang pai / kai chang pai
Chinese prologue of play; opening remarks; preamble (of speeches, articles etc)

開墾

see styles
Mandarin kāi kěn / kai1 ken3
Taiwan k`ai k`en / kai ken
Japanese kaikon / かいこん
Chinese to clear a wild area for cultivation; to put under the plow
Japanese (noun/participle) cultivating new land; clearing; reclamation; (place-name) Kaikon

開士


开士

see styles
Mandarin kāi shì / kai1 shi4
Taiwan k`ai shih / kai shih
Japanese haruhito / はるひと    kaishi / かいし
Japanese (personal name) Haruhito; (given name) Kaishi
The hero who is enlightened, or who opens the way of enlightenment, an epithet of the bodhisattva; also applied to monks; enlightening hero

開士米

see styles
Mandarin kāi shì mǐ / kai1 shi4 mi3
Taiwan k`ai shih mi / kai shih mi
Chinese cashmere (loanword)

開壺

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 hu2
Taiwan k`ai hu / kai hu
Chinese pot of boiling water

開外

see styles
Mandarin kāi wài / kai1 wai4
Taiwan k`ai wai / kai wai
Chinese over and above (some amount); beyond (budget)

開外掛

see styles
Mandarin kāi wài guà / kai1 wai4 gua4
Taiwan k`ai wai kua / kai wai kua
Chinese see 開掛|开挂[kai1 gua4]

開夜車

see styles
Mandarin kāi yè chē / kai1 ye4 che1
Taiwan k`ai yeh ch`e / kai yeh che
Chinese to burn the midnight oil; to work late into the night

開天窗

see styles
Mandarin kāi tiān chuāng / kai1 tian1 chuang1
Taiwan k`ai t`ien ch`uang / kai tien chuang
Chinese to leave a blank to mark censored area

開始

see styles
Mandarin kāi shǐ / kai1 shi3
Taiwan k`ai shih / kai shih
Japanese kaishi / かいし
Chinese to begin; beginning; to start; initial; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (noun/participle) start; commencement; beginning; initiation

開學

see styles
Mandarin kāi xué / kai1 xue2
Taiwan k`ai hsüeh / kai hsüeh
Chinese foundation of a University or College; school opening; the start of a new term

開室


开室

see styles
Mandarin kāi shì / kai1 shi4
Taiwan k`ai shih / kai shih
Japanese kaishitsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開封

see styles
Mandarin kāi fēng / kai1 feng1
Taiwan k`ai feng / kai feng
Japanese kaifuu / kaifu / かいふう
Chinese Kaifeng prefecture level city in Henan, old capital of Northern Song, former provincial capital of Henan; old name Bianliang 汴梁
Japanese (noun/participle) opening (an envelope or parcel); breaking the seal; unsealed letter

開封市

see styles
Mandarin kāi fēng shì / kai1 feng1 shi4
Taiwan k`ai feng shih / kai feng shih
Chinese Kaifeng prefecture level city in Henan, old capital of Northern Song, former provincial capital of Henan; old name Bianliang 汴梁

開封府

see styles
Mandarin kāi fēng fǔ / kai1 feng1 fu3
Taiwan k`ai feng fu / kai feng fu
Chinese Kaifeng as the capital of Northern Song dynasty

開封縣

see styles
Mandarin kāi fēng xiàn / kai1 feng1 xian4
Taiwan k`ai feng hsien / kai feng hsien
Chinese Kaifeng county in Kaifeng, Henan

開導


开导

see styles
Mandarin kāi dǎo / kai1 dao3
Taiwan k`ai tao / kai tao
Japanese kai
Chinese to talk sb round; to straighten something out; to enlighten
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開導依


开导依

see styles
Mandarin kāi dǎo yī / kai1 dao3 yi1
Taiwan k`ai tao i / kai tao i
Japanese kaidōe
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開導根


开导根

see styles
Mandarin kāi dǎo gēn / kai1 dao3 gen1
Taiwan k`ai tao ken / kai tao ken
Japanese kaidō kon
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開小差

see styles
Mandarin kāi xiǎo chāi / kai1 xiao3 chai1
Taiwan k`ai hsiao ch`ai / kai hsiao chai
Chinese to be absent-minded; to desert; to abscond from the army; absent without leave (AWOL)

開小會

see styles
Mandarin kāi xiǎo huì / kai1 xiao3 hui4
Taiwan k`ai hsiao hui / kai hsiao hui
Chinese to whisper and chat (instead of listening during a meeting or lecture)

開小灶

see styles
Mandarin kāi xiǎo zào / kai1 xiao3 zao4
Taiwan k`ai hsiao tsao / kai hsiao tsao
Chinese to give preferential treatment; to give special attention

開局

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ju2
Taiwan k`ai chü / kai chü
Japanese kaikyoku / かいきょく
Chinese opening (chess etc); early stage of game, match, work, activity etc
Japanese (noun/participle) opening of post-office or telephone exchange

開屏

see styles
Mandarin kāi píng / kai1 ping2
Taiwan k`ai p`ing / kai ping
Chinese (a peacock) spreads its tail

開展

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhǎn / kai1 zhan3
Taiwan k`ai chan / kai chan
Chinese to launch; to develop; to unfold; (of an exhibition etc) to open

開山


开山

see styles
Mandarin kāi shān / kai1 shan1
Taiwan k`ai shan / kai shan
Japanese kaisan / かいさん
Chinese to cut into a mountain (to open a mine); to open a monastery
Japanese (noun/participle) founding a temple (on a hill-top); (surname) Kaiyama; (personal name) Kaizan
To establish a monastery; to found a sect; to establish a temple

開山刀

see styles
Mandarin kāi shān dāo / kai1 shan1 dao1
Taiwan k`ai shan tao / kai shan tao
Chinese machete

開山堂


开山堂

see styles
Mandarin kāi shān táng / kai1 shan1 tang2
Taiwan k`ai shan t`ang / kai shan tang
Japanese kaisandou / kaisando / かいさんどう
Japanese temple hall commemorating its founding or its founder; (place-name) Kaizandou; (place-name) Kaisandou
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開山祖


开山祖

see styles
Mandarin kāi shān zǔ / kai1 shan1 zu3
Taiwan k`ai shan tsu / kai shan tsu
Japanese kaisan so
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開工

see styles
Mandarin kāi gōng / kai1 gong1
Taiwan k`ai kung / kai kung
Chinese to begin work (of a factory or engineering operation); to start a construction job

開市

see styles
Mandarin kāi shì / kai1 shi4
Taiwan k`ai shih / kai shih
Japanese kaiichi / kaichi / かいち
Chinese to open a store for business; to make the first transaction of the day
Japanese (surname) Kaichi; (surname) Kaiichi

開幕

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 mu4
Taiwan k`ai mu / kai mu
Japanese kaimaku / かいまく
Chinese to open (a conference); to inaugurate
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) (1) (ant: 閉幕・へいまく) raising the curtain; (noun/participle) (2) (ant: 閉幕・へいまく) opening (of an event); start of a season

開幕式

see styles
Mandarin kāi mù shì / kai1 mu4 shi4
Taiwan k`ai mu shih / kai mu shih
Chinese opening ceremony

開幕詞

see styles
Mandarin kāi mù cí / kai1 mu4 ci2
Taiwan k`ai mu tz`u / kai mu tzu
Chinese opening speech (at a conference)

開平

see styles
Mandarin kāi píng / kai1 ping2
Taiwan k`ai p`ing / kai ping
Japanese kaihei / kaihe / かいへい
Chinese Kaiping county level city in Jiangmen 江門|江门, Guangdong; Kaiping district of Tangshan city 唐山市[Tang2 shan1 shi4], Hebei
Japanese (noun/participle) extraction of square root; (place-name) Kaihei; (surname) Kaihira

開平區

see styles
Mandarin kāi píng qū / kai1 ping2 qu1
Taiwan k`ai p`ing ch`ü / kai ping chü
Chinese Kaiping district of Tangshan city 唐山市[Tang2 shan1 shi4], Hebei

開平市

see styles
Mandarin kāi píng shì / kai1 ping2 shi4
Taiwan k`ai p`ing shih / kai ping shih
Chinese Kaiping county level city in Jiangmen 江門|江门, Guangdong

開店

see styles
Mandarin kāi diàn / kai1 dian4
Taiwan k`ai tien / kai tien
Japanese kaiten / かいてん
Chinese to open shop
Japanese (noun/participle) opening (of a shop)

開度


开度

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 du4
Taiwan k`ai tu / kai tu
Japanese kaido / かいど
Japanese divergence; aperture
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開庭

see styles
Mandarin kāi tíng / kai1 ting2
Taiwan k`ai t`ing / kai ting
Chinese to begin a (judicial) court session

開廓


开廓

see styles
Mandarin kāi kuò / kai1 kuo4
Taiwan k`ai k`uo / kai kuo
Japanese kaikaku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開廢


开废

see styles
Mandarin kāi fèi / kai1 fei4
Taiwan k`ai fei / kai fei
Japanese kaihai
idem 開遮; approval and disapproval in terms of moral discipline

開廢會


开废会

see styles
Mandarin kāi fèi huì / kai1 fei4 hui4
Taiwan k`ai fei hui / kai fei hui
Japanese kaihaie
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開弔

see styles
Mandarin kāi diào / kai1 diao4
Taiwan k`ai tiao / kai tiao
Chinese to hold memorial service; to hold a funeral

開張

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhāng / kai1 zhang1
Taiwan k`ai chang / kai chang
Chinese to open a business; first transaction of a business day

開往

see styles
Mandarin kāi wǎng / kai1 wang3
Taiwan k`ai wang / kai wang
Chinese (of a bus, train etc) to leave for; heading for

開後門

see styles
Mandarin kāi hòu mén / kai1 hou4 men2
Taiwan k`ai hou men / kai hou men
Chinese to open the back door; fig. under the counter; to do a secret or dishonest deal; to let something in by the back door

開徵

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhēng / kai1 zheng1
Taiwan k`ai cheng / kai cheng
Chinese to start collecting taxes

開心


开心

see styles
Mandarin kāi xīn / kai1 xin1
Taiwan k`ai hsin / kai hsin
Japanese kaishin
Chinese to feel happy; to rejoice; to have a great time; to make fun of sb
To open the heat; to develop the mind; to initiate into truth; awaken the mind

開心果

see styles
Mandarin kāi xīn guǒ / kai1 xin1 guo3
Taiwan k`ai hsin kuo / kai hsin kuo
Chinese pistachio nuts; fig. amusing person

開心顏

see styles
Mandarin kāi xīn yán / kai1 xin1 yan2
Taiwan k`ai hsin yen / kai hsin yen
Chinese to rejoice; smiling

開快車

see styles
Mandarin kāi kuài chē / kai1 kuai4 che1
Taiwan k`ai k`uai ch`e / kai kuai che
Chinese an express train sets off; fig. to work in haste; to rush

開恩

see styles
Mandarin kāi ēn / kai1 en1
Taiwan k`ai en / kai en
Chinese to give a favor (used of Christian God)

開悟


开悟

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 wu4
Taiwan k`ai wu / kai wu
Japanese kaigo / かいご
Chinese to become enlightened (Buddhism)
Japanese (noun/participle) wisdom; enlightenment
To awaken, arouse, open up the intelligence and bring enlightenment; to uncover enlightenment

開懷

see styles
Mandarin kāi huái / kai1 huai2
Taiwan k`ai huai / kai huai
Chinese to one's heart's content; without restraint

開成


开成

see styles
Mandarin kāi chéng / kai1 cheng2
Taiwan k`ai ch`eng / kai cheng
Japanese kaisei / kaise / かいせい    kaijou / kaijo / かいじょう
Japanese (place-name) Kaisei; (personal name) Kaijou
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開戒

see styles
Mandarin kāi jiè / kai1 jie4
Taiwan k`ai chieh / kai chieh
Chinese to end abstinence; to resume (drinking) after a break; to break (a taboo)

開戰

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhàn / kai1 zhan4
Taiwan k`ai chan / kai chan
Chinese to start a war; to make war; to battle against

開戲

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 xi4
Taiwan k`ai hsi / kai hsi
Chinese to start an opera

開戶

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 hu4
Taiwan k`ai hu / kai hu
Chinese to open an account (bank etc)

開房間

see styles
Mandarin kāi fáng jiān / kai1 fang2 jian1
Taiwan k`ai fang chien / kai fang chien
Chinese to take a hotel room; to rent a room

開打

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 da3
Taiwan k`ai ta / kai ta
Chinese (of a sports competition or match) to commence; (of a war or battle) to break out; to perform acrobatic or choreographed fighting (in Chinese opera); to brawl; to come to blows

開拍

see styles
Mandarin kāi pāi / kai1 pai1
Taiwan k`ai p`ai / kai pai
Chinese to begin shooting (a movie, a scene of a movie etc); to start the bidding (auction); to start a trading session (stock market)

開拓

see styles
Mandarin kāi tuò / kai1 tuo4
Taiwan k`ai t`o / kai to
Japanese kaitaku / かいたく
Chinese to break new ground (for agriculture); to open up (a new seam); to develop (border regions); fig. to open up (new horizons)
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) reclamation (e.g. wasteland); cultivation; development; (2) pioneering; opening up (e.g. new market); breaking new ground; trailblazing; (place-name) Kaitaku

開拓性

see styles
Mandarin kāi tuò xìng / kai1 tuo4 xing4
Taiwan k`ai t`o hsing / kai to hsing
Chinese pioneering; groundbreaking

開拓者

see styles
Mandarin kāi tuò zhě / kai1 tuo4 zhe3
Taiwan k`ai t`o che / kai to che
Japanese kaitakusha / かいたくしゃ
Chinese pioneer
Japanese pioneer; settler; colonist

開拔

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ba2
Taiwan k`ai pa / kai pa
Chinese to set out (of troops); departure; start date (of military expedition)

開挖

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 wa1
Taiwan k`ai wa / kai wa
Chinese to dig out; to excavate; to scoop out

開掘

see styles
Mandarin kāi jué / kai1 jue2
Taiwan k`ai chüeh / kai chüeh
Chinese to excavate; to dig out; fig. to investigate (in an archive)

開掛

see styles
Mandarin kāi guà / kai1 gua4
Taiwan k`ai kua / kai kua
Chinese to cheat in an online game (abbr. for 開外掛|开外挂[kai1 wai4 gua4]); (coll.) unbelievably good

開採

see styles
Mandarin kāi cǎi / kai1 cai3
Taiwan k`ai ts`ai / kai tsai
Chinese to extract (ore or other resource from a mine); to exploit; to mine

開支

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhī / kai1 zhi1
Taiwan k`ai chih / kai chih
Chinese expenditures; expenses; CL:筆|笔[bi3], 項|项[xiang4]; to spend money; (coll.) to pay wages

開放

see styles
Mandarin kāi fàng / kai1 fang4
Taiwan k`ai fang / kai fang
Japanese kaihou / kaiho / かいほう
Chinese to bloom; to open; to be open (to the public); to open up (to the outside); to be open-minded; unrestrained by convention; unconstrained in one's sexuality
Japanese (noun/participle) open; throw open; liberalization; liberalisation

開放性

see styles
Mandarin kāi fàng xìng / kai1 fang4 xing4
Taiwan k`ai fang hsing / kai fang hsing
Japanese kaihousei / kaihose / かいほうせい
Chinese openness
Japanese openness

開敗

see styles
Mandarin kāi bài / kai1 bai4
Taiwan k`ai pai / kai pai
Chinese to wither and fall

開敞

see styles
Mandarin kāi chǎng / kai1 chang3
Taiwan k`ai ch`ang / kai chang
Chinese wide open

開敷


开敷

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 fu1
Taiwan k`ai fu / kai fu
Japanese kaishiki / かいしき
Japanese (surname) Kaishiki
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開方

see styles
Mandarin kāi fāng / kai1 fang1
Taiwan k`ai fang / kai fang
Japanese kaihou / kaiho / かいほう
Chinese to extract a square root
Japanese (mathematics term) extraction of roots; evolution

開明


开明

see styles
Mandarin kāi míng / kai1 ming2
Taiwan k`ai ming / kai ming
Japanese kaimei / kaime / かいめい
Chinese enlightened; open-minded; enlightenment
Japanese civilization; civilisation; enlightenment; (place-name) Kaimei
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開映

see styles
Mandarin kāi yìng / kai1 ying4
Taiwan k`ai ying / kai ying
Chinese to start showing a movie

開春

see styles
Mandarin kāi chūn / kai1 chun1
Taiwan k`ai ch`un / kai chun
Chinese beginning of spring; the lunar New Year

開普勒

see styles
Mandarin kāi pǔ lè / kai1 pu3 le4
Taiwan k`ai p`u le / kai pu le
Chinese Johannes Kepler (1571-1630), German astronomer and formulator of Kepler's laws of planetary motion

開普敦

see styles
Mandarin kāi pǔ dūn / kai1 pu3 dun1
Taiwan k`ai p`u tun / kai pu tun
Chinese Cape Town (city in South Africa)

開晴

see styles
Mandarin kāi qíng / kai1 qing2
Taiwan k`ai ch`ing / kai ching
Chinese to brighten up

開暢

see styles
Mandarin kāi chàng / kai1 chang4
Taiwan k`ai ch`ang / kai chang
Chinese happy and carefree

開曉


开晓

see styles
Mandarin kāi xiǎo / kai1 xiao3
Taiwan k`ai hsiao / kai hsiao
Japanese kaigyō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開曠

see styles
Mandarin kāi kuàng / kai1 kuang4
Taiwan k`ai k`uang / kai kuang
Chinese open and vast

開會


开会

see styles
Mandarin kāi huì / kai1 hui4
Taiwan k`ai hui / kai hui
Japanese kaikai
Chinese to hold a meeting; to attend a meeting
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開朗

see styles
Mandarin kāi lǎng / kai1 lang3
Taiwan k`ai lang / kai lang
Chinese spacious and well-lit; open and clear; (of character) optimistic; cheerful; carefree

開本


开本

see styles
Mandarin kāi běn / kai1 ben3
Taiwan k`ai pen / kai pen
Japanese hirakimoto / ひらきもと    kaimoto / かいもと
Chinese book format, similar to in-4°, in-8° etc (a 16开 format is roughly A4); abbr. to 開|开[kai1]
Japanese (surname) Hirakimoto; (surname) Kaimoto
To commence; the very beginning; at the beginning; to explain the beginning.

開枕


开枕

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhěn / kai1 zhen3
Taiwan k`ai chen / kai chen
Japanese kaichin / かいちん
Japanese {Buddh} bringing out the pillows and futon (in Zen Buddhism); sleeping
To display the pillows, i.e. retire to bed; to bring out the pillows

開架

see styles
Mandarin kāi jià / kai1 jia4
Taiwan k`ai chia / kai chia
Japanese kaika / かいか
Chinese open shelves (in self-service store or user access library)
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) open access (in a library); open shelves

開桿

see styles
Mandarin kāi gǎn / kai1 gan3
Taiwan k`ai kan / kai kan
Chinese to tee off (golf); to break (snooker)

開業

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ye4
Taiwan k`ai yeh / kai yeh
Japanese kaigyou / kaigyo / かいぎょう
Chinese to open a business; to open a practice; open (for business)
Japanese (noun/participle) opening a business; opening a practice

開槍

see styles
Mandarin kāi qiāng / kai1 qiang1
Taiwan k`ai ch`iang / kai chiang
Chinese to open fire; to shoot a gun

開機

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ji1
Taiwan k`ai chi / kai chi
Chinese to start an engine; to boot up (a computer); to press Ctrl-Alt-Delete; to begin shooting a film or TV show

開權


开权

see styles
Mandarin kāi quán / kai1 quan2
Taiwan k`ai ch`üan / kai chüan
Japanese kai gon
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開步

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 bu4
Taiwan k`ai pu / kai pu
Chinese to step forward; to walk

開水

see styles
Mandarin kāi shuǐ / kai1 shui3
Taiwan k`ai shui / kai shui
Chinese boiled water; boiling water

開江

see styles
Mandarin kāi jiāng / kai1 jiang1
Taiwan k`ai chiang / kai chiang
Japanese hirakue / ひらくえ    kaie / かいえ
Chinese Kaijiang county in Dazhou 達州|达州[Da2 zhou1], Sichuan
Japanese (place-name) Hirakue; (surname) Kaie

開江縣

see styles
Mandarin kāi jiāng xiàn / kai1 jiang1 xian4
Taiwan k`ai chiang hsien / kai chiang hsien
Chinese Kaijiang county in Dazhou 達州|达州[Da2 zhou1], Sichuan

開河

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 he2
Taiwan k`ai ho / kai ho
Chinese to open a river; to dig a canal; to thaw (of river)

開河期

see styles
Mandarin kāi hé qī / kai1 he2 qi1
Taiwan k`ai ho ch`i / kai ho chi
Chinese thawing and opening up of frozen river in spring

開法


开法

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 fa3
Taiwan k`ai fa / kai fa
Japanese kaihō / かいほう
Japanese (mathematics term) extraction of roots; evolution
To found a sect or teaching, e.g. as Buddha founded Buddhism; the method of opening, or beginning; to begin to expound the dharma

開消

see styles
Mandarin kāi xiāo / kai1 xiao1
Taiwan k`ai hsiao / kai hsiao
Chinese variant of 開銷|开销[kai1 xiao1]

開涮

see styles
Mandarin kāi shuàn / kai1 shuan4
Taiwan k`ai shuan / kai shuan
Chinese (coll.) to make fun of (sb); to play tricks on

開淸


开淸

see styles
Mandarin kāi qīng / kai1 qing1
Taiwan k`ai ch`ing / kai ching
Japanese Kaisei
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開源

see styles
Mandarin kāi yuán / kai1 yuan2
Taiwan k`ai yüan / kai yüan
Japanese kaigen / かいげん
Chinese to expand one's financial resources; abbr. for 開放源碼|开放源码[kai1 fang4 yuan2 ma3]
Japanese (place-name) Kaigen

開溜

see styles
Mandarin kāi liū / kai1 liu1
Taiwan k`ai liu / kai liu
Chinese to leave in stealth; to slip away

開滿

see styles
Mandarin kāi mǎn / kai1 man3
Taiwan k`ai man / kai man
Chinese to bloom abundantly

開演


开演

see styles
Mandarin kāi yǎn / kai1 yan3
Taiwan k`ai yen / kai yen
Japanese kaien / かいえん
Chinese (of a play, movie etc) to begin
Japanese (noun/participle) curtain raising; starting (e.g. play, concert)
To lecture, explain at length, expound; to preach

開火

see styles
Mandarin kāi huǒ / kai1 huo3
Taiwan k`ai huo / kai huo
Chinese to open fire

開燈

see styles
Mandarin kāi dēng / kai1 deng1
Taiwan k`ai teng / kai teng
Chinese to turn on the light

開爐


开炉

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 lu2
Taiwan k`ai lu / kai lu
Japanese kairo
Chinese to open a furnace; to start up a furnace
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開爲二


开为二

see styles
Mandarin kāi wéi èr / kai1 wei2 er4
Taiwan k`ai wei erh / kai wei erh
Japanese kai i ni
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開爾文

see styles
Mandarin kāi ěr wén / kai1 er3 wen2
Taiwan k`ai erh wen / kai erh wen
Chinese Lord Kelvin 1824-1907, British physicist (William Thomson); Kelvin (temperature scale)

開犁

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 li2
Taiwan k`ai li / kai li
Chinese to start plowing; to plow the first furrow

開獎

see styles
Mandarin kāi jiǎng / kai1 jiang3
Taiwan k`ai chiang / kai chiang
Chinese to announce the winners in a lottery

開玩笑

see styles
Mandarin kāi wán xiào / kai1 wan2 xiao4
Taiwan k`ai wan hsiao / kai wan hsiao
Chinese to play a joke; to make fun of; to joke

開球

see styles
Mandarin kāi qiú / kai1 qiu2
Taiwan k`ai ch`iu / kai chiu
Chinese open ball (math.); to start a ball game; to kick off (soccer); to tee off (golf)

開瓶器

see styles
Mandarin kāi píng qì / kai1 ping2 qi4
Taiwan k`ai p`ing ch`i / kai ping chi
Chinese bottle opener

開瓶費

see styles
Mandarin kāi píng fèi / kai1 ping2 fei4
Taiwan k`ai p`ing fei / kai ping fei
Chinese corkage fee

開疆

see styles
Mandarin kāi jiāng / kai1 jiang1
Taiwan k`ai chiang / kai chiang
Chinese to pioneer a frontier area; to open up new territory

開發


开发

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 fa1
Taiwan k`ai fa / kai fa
Japanese kaihotsu / かいほつ    kaihatsu / かいはつ
Chinese to exploit (a resource); to open up (for development); to develop
Japanese (surname) Kaihotsu; (surname) Kaihatsu
To star, begin, send forth; to enlighten others

開發區

see styles
Mandarin kāi fā qū / kai1 fa1 qu1
Taiwan k`ai fa ch`ü / kai fa chü
Chinese development zone

開發商

see styles
Mandarin kāi fā shāng / kai1 fa1 shang1
Taiwan k`ai fa shang / kai fa shang
Chinese developer (of real estate, a commercial product etc)

開白


开白

see styles
Mandarin kāi bái / kai1 bai2
Taiwan k`ai pai / kai pai
Japanese kaibyaku
To start from the bare ground; to begin a ceremony; to start from zero

開皌

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 mo4
Taiwan k`ai mo / kai mo
Chinese to receive condolences

開盤

see styles
Mandarin kāi pán / kai1 pan2
Taiwan k`ai p`an / kai pan
Chinese to commence trading (stock market)

開眼


开眼

see styles
Mandarin kāi yǎn / kai1 yan3
Taiwan k`ai yen / kai yen
Japanese kaigan;kaigen / かいがん;かいげん
Chinese to open one's eyes; to widen one's horizons
Japanese (noun/participle) enlightenment; spiritual awakening; opening one's eyes to the truth
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開眼光


开眼光

see styles
Mandarin kāi yǎn guāng / kai1 yan3 guang1
Taiwan k`ai yen kuang / kai yen kuang
Japanese kai genkō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開眼界

see styles
Mandarin kāi yǎn jiè / kai1 yan3 jie4
Taiwan k`ai yen chieh / kai yen chieh
Chinese broaden, expand one's horizons

開砲

see styles
Mandarin kāi pào / kai1 pao4
Taiwan k`ai p`ao / kai pao
Chinese to open fire

開礦

see styles
Mandarin kāi kuàng / kai1 kuang4
Taiwan k`ai k`uang / kai kuang
Chinese to mine; to open a seam

開示


开示

see styles
Mandarin kāi shì / kai1 shi4
Taiwan k`ai shih / kai shih
Japanese kaiji / かいじ
Chinese to instruct (novices); to preach; to teach; to reveal
Japanese (noun/participle) release (e.g. information); disclosure (legal); show; indication; display
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開祖


开祖

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 zu3
Taiwan k`ai tsu / kai tsu
Japanese kaiso / かいそ
Japanese (sect) founder; apostle; originator; inventor
The founder of a sect, or clan.

開票

see styles
Mandarin kāi piào / kai1 piao4
Taiwan k`ai p`iao / kai piao
Japanese kaihyou / kaihyo / かいひょう
Chinese to open ballot boxes; to count votes; to make out a voucher or invoice etc; to write out a receipt
Japanese (noun/participle) counting ballots; tally (of votes)

開禁

see styles
Mandarin kāi jìn / kai1 jin4
Taiwan k`ai chin / kai chin
Chinese to lift a ban; to lift a curfew

開福

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 fu2
Taiwan k`ai fu / kai fu
Chinese Kaifu district of Changsha city 長沙市|长沙市[Chang2 sha1 shi4], Hunan

開福區

see styles
Mandarin kāi fú qū / kai1 fu2 qu1
Taiwan k`ai fu ch`ü / kai fu chü
Chinese Kaifu district of Changsha city 長沙市|长沙市[Chang2 sha1 shi4], Hunan

開竅

see styles
Mandarin kāi qiào / kai1 qiao4
Taiwan k`ai ch`iao / kai chiao
Chinese to get it straight; to start to understand things properly; enlightenment dawns

開立

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 li4
Taiwan k`ai li / kai li
Japanese kairyuu / kairyu / かいりゅう
Chinese to found or start
Japanese (noun/participle) extraction of cubic root

開站

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhàn / kai1 zhan4
Taiwan k`ai chan / kai chan
Chinese to put a new bus or railway station into operation

開端

see styles
Mandarin kāi duān / kai1 duan1
Taiwan k`ai tuan / kai tuan
Chinese start; beginning

開筆

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 bi3
Taiwan k`ai pi / kai pi
Chinese to start learning as a poet; to write one's first (poem, essay etc)

開筵

see styles
Mandarin kāi yán / kai1 yan2
Taiwan k`ai yen / kai yen
Chinese to host a banquet

開篇

see styles
Mandarin kāi piān / kai1 pian1
Taiwan k`ai p`ien / kai pien
Chinese start of literary work; opening song of ballad in Tanci style 彈詞|弹词[tan2 ci2]

開紅盤

see styles
Mandarin kāi hóng pán / kai1 hong2 pan2
Taiwan k`ai hung p`an / kai hung pan
Chinese (of a store) to open for business for the first time in the New Year; (of a business) to be profitable; (of a stock market) to rise; (sport) to win one's first match of a competition

開素


开素

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 su4
Taiwan k`ai su / kai su
Japanese kaiso
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開經


开经

see styles
Mandarin kāi jīng / kai1 jing1
Taiwan k`ai ching / kai ching
Japanese kaikyō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開經偈


开经偈

see styles
Mandarin kāi jīng jié / kai1 jing1 jie2
Taiwan k`ai ching chieh / kai ching chieh
Japanese kaikyō ge
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開綠燈

see styles
Mandarin kāi lǜ dēng / kai1 lu:4 deng1
Taiwan k`ai lü teng / kai lü teng
Chinese to give the green light; to give the go-ahead

開綻

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhàn / kai1 zhan4
Taiwan k`ai chan / kai chan
Chinese to come unsewn

開線

see styles
Mandarin kāi xiàn / kai1 xian4
Taiwan k`ai hsien / kai hsien
Chinese to come unsewn; to split at the seam

開縣

see styles
Mandarin kāi xiàn / kai1 xian4
Taiwan k`ai hsien / kai hsien
Chinese Kai county in Wanzhou suburbs of north Chongqing municipality, formerly in Sichuan

開罪

see styles
Mandarin kāi zuì / kai1 zui4
Taiwan k`ai tsui / kai tsui
Chinese to offend sb; to give offense; to displease

開罰單

see styles
Mandarin kāi fá dān / kai1 fa2 dan1
Taiwan k`ai fa tan / kai fa tan
Chinese to issue an infringement notice

開羅

see styles
Mandarin kāi luó / kai1 luo2
Taiwan k`ai lo / kai lo
Chinese Cairo, capital of Egypt

開胃

see styles
Mandarin kāi wèi / kai1 wei4
Taiwan k`ai wei / kai wei
Chinese to whet the appetite; appetizing; to amuse oneself at sb's expense; to tease

開胃菜

see styles
Mandarin kāi wèi cài / kai1 wei4 cai4
Taiwan k`ai wei ts`ai / kai wei tsai
Chinese starter; appetizer

開胃酒

see styles
Mandarin kāi wèi jiǔ / kai1 wei4 jiu3
Taiwan k`ai wei chiu / kai wei chiu
Chinese aperitif wine

開脫

see styles
Mandarin kāi tuō / kai1 tuo1
Taiwan k`ai t`o / kai to
Chinese to exculpate; to absolve; to exonerate

開腔

see styles
Mandarin kāi qiāng / kai1 qiang1
Taiwan k`ai ch`iang / kai chiang
Chinese to speak out; to start speaking

開膠

see styles
Mandarin kāi jiāo / kai1 jiao1
Taiwan k`ai chiao / kai chiao
Chinese to come unglued; to come apart

開臉

see styles
Mandarin kāi liǎn / kai1 lian3
Taiwan k`ai lien / kai lien
Chinese (of a bride-to-be) to remove facial hair and trim hairline (old); to carve a face

開臺

see styles
Mandarin kāi tái / kai1 tai2
Taiwan k`ai t`ai / kai tai
Chinese start of play; opening of theatrical performance

開船

see styles
Mandarin kāi chuán / kai1 chuan2
Taiwan k`ai ch`uan / kai chuan
Japanese kaifune / かいふね
Chinese to set sail
Japanese (surname) Kaifune

開花

see styles
Mandarin kāi huā / kai1 hua1
Taiwan k`ai hua / kai hua
Japanese kaika / かいか
Chinese to bloom; to blossom; to flower; fig. to burst open; to feel happy or elated; new development grows out
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) flowers budding; blooming; flowering; (2) showing results; becoming popular; blooming; (female given name) Haruka; (female given name) Kaiha; (female given name) Kaika

開花兒

see styles
Mandarin kāi huā r / kai1 hua1 r5
Taiwan k`ai hua r / kai hua r
Chinese erhua variant of 開花|开花[kai1 hua1]

開花衣

see styles
Mandarin kāi huā yī / kai1 hua1 yi1
Taiwan k`ai hua i / kai hua i
Chinese to open a bale of cotton

開苞

see styles
Mandarin kāi bāo / kai1 bao1
Taiwan k`ai pao / kai pao
Chinese to deflower

開荒

see styles
Mandarin kāi huāng / kai1 huang1
Taiwan k`ai huang / kai huang
Chinese to open up land (for agriculture)

開葷


开荤

see styles
Mandarin kāi hūn / kai1 hun1
Taiwan k`ai hun / kai hun
Japanese kaikun
Chinese to resume a meat diet; to eat meat again after a period of fasting; fig. novel experience
開素 To abandon vegetarianism, as is permitted in case of sickness; to relax rules on prohibited food and drink

開蒙

see styles
Mandarin kāi méng / kai1 meng2
Taiwan k`ai meng / kai meng
Chinese (old) (of a child) to begin schooling

開藥

see styles
Mandarin kāi yào / kai1 yao4
Taiwan k`ai yao / kai yao
Chinese to prescribe medicine

開衩

see styles
Mandarin kāi chà / kai1 cha4
Taiwan k`ai ch`a / kai cha
Chinese slit (in clothing)

開裂


开裂

see styles
Mandarin kāi liè / kai1 lie4
Taiwan k`ai lieh / kai lieh
Japanese kairetsu / かいれつ
Chinese to split open; to dehisce (of fruit or cotton bolls, to split open)
Japanese (noun/participle) cleavage
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開襟

see styles
Mandarin kāi jīn / kai1 jin1
Taiwan k`ai chin / kai chin
Japanese kaikin / かいきん
Chinese buttoned Chinese tunic; unbuttoned (to cool down)
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) open-necked (shirt)

開襠褲

see styles
Mandarin kāi dāng kù / kai1 dang1 ku4
Taiwan k`ai tang k`u / kai tang ku
Chinese open pants (for infants before toilet training)

開覺


开觉

see styles
Mandarin kāi jué / kai1 jue2
Taiwan k`ai chüeh / kai chüeh
Japanese kaikaku
To arouse, awaken; to allow the original Buddha-nature to open and enlighten the mind; to awaken

開解


开解

see styles
Mandarin kāi jiě / kai1 jie3
Taiwan k`ai chieh / kai chieh
Japanese kaige
Chinese to straighten out; to explain; to ease sb's anxiety
To expound, explain; to make clear

開言

see styles
Mandarin kāi yán / kai1 yan2
Taiwan k`ai yen / kai yen
Chinese to start to speak

開設

see styles
Mandarin kāi shè / kai1 she4
Taiwan k`ai she / kai she
Japanese kaisetsu / かいせつ
Chinese to offer (goods or services); to open (for business etc)
Japanese (noun/participle) establishment; opening

開許


开许

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 xu3
Taiwan k`ai hsü / kai hsü
Japanese kaiko
Chinese (literary) to allow; to permit
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開誘


开诱

see styles
Mandarin kāi yòu / kai1 you4
Taiwan k`ai yu / kai yu
Japanese kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開誠

see styles
Mandarin kāi chéng / kai1 cheng2
Taiwan k`ai ch`eng / kai cheng
Chinese to be honest; to show sincerity

開課

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ke4
Taiwan k`ai k`o / kai ko
Chinese school begins; give a course; teach a subject

開講

see styles
Mandarin kāi jiǎng / kai1 jiang3
Taiwan k`ai chiang / kai chiang
Japanese kaikou / kaiko / かいこう
Chinese to begin a lecture; to start on a story
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) holding a course (of lectures); offering a course; (2) beginning a series of one's lectures; starting a new course

開譬


开譬

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 pi4
Taiwan k`ai p`i / kai pi
Japanese kaihi
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開議

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 yi4
Taiwan k`ai i / kai i
Chinese to hold a (business) meeting; to start negotiations

開賬

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhàng / kai1 zhang4
Taiwan k`ai chang / kai chang
Chinese to make out a bill

開賽

see styles
Mandarin kāi sài / kai1 sai4
Taiwan k`ai sai / kai sai
Chinese to start a match; the kick-off

開走

see styles
Mandarin kāi zǒu / kai1 zou3
Taiwan k`ai tsou / kai tsou
Chinese to go (of car, train etc); to drive off

開赴

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 fu4
Taiwan k`ai fu / kai fu
Chinese (of troops) to depart for; to head for

開路

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 lu4
Taiwan k`ai lu / kai lu
Chinese to open up a path; to make one's way through; to construct a road; (electricity) open circuit

開車

see styles
Mandarin kāi chē / kai1 che1
Taiwan k`ai ch`e / kai che
Chinese to drive a car

開車人

see styles
Mandarin kāi chē rén / kai1 che1 ren2
Taiwan k`ai ch`e jen / kai che jen
Chinese driver; person driving a vehicle

開辦

see styles
Mandarin kāi bàn / kai1 ban4
Taiwan k`ai pan / kai pan
Chinese to open; to start (a business etc); to set up

開通


开通

see styles
Mandarin kāi tōng / kai1 tong1
Taiwan k`ai t`ung / kai tung
Japanese kaitsuu / kaitsu / かいつう
Chinese to open up (windows for air, ideas for discussion, transport routes etc); open-minded
Japanese (noun/participle) opening; open; taking effect; becoming active
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開運竹

see styles
Mandarin kāi yùn zhú / kai1 yun4 zhu2
Taiwan k`ai yün chu / kai yün chu
Chinese lucky bamboo (Dracaena sanderiana)

開道


开道

see styles
Mandarin kāi dào / kai1 dao4
Taiwan k`ai tao / kai tao
Japanese kaidou / kaido / かいどう
Chinese to clear the way
Japanese (surname) Kaidou
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開道者


开道者

see styles
Mandarin kāi dào zhě / kai1 dao4 zhe3
Taiwan k`ai tao che / kai tao che
Japanese kaidōsha
The Way-opener, Buddha; anyone who opens the way, or truth; revealer of the way

開達


开达

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 da2
Taiwan k`ai ta / kai ta
Japanese kaidatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開遠

see styles
Mandarin kāi yuǎn / kai1 yuan3
Taiwan k`ai yüan / kai yüan
Chinese Kaiyuan county level city in Honghe Hani and Yi autonomous prefecture, Yunnan

開遠市

see styles
Mandarin kāi yuǎn shì / kai1 yuan3 shi4
Taiwan k`ai yüan shih / kai yüan shih
Chinese Kaiyuan county level city in Honghe Hani and Yi autonomous prefecture, Yunnan

開遮


开遮

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhē / kai1 zhe1
Taiwan k`ai che / kai che
Japanese kaisha
The adversatives, permit 開 or prohibit 遮; also 開廢; approval and disapproval in terms of moral discipline

開避


开避

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 bi4
Taiwan k`ai pi / kai pi
Japanese kaihi
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開避法


开避法

see styles
Mandarin kāi bì fǎ / kai1 bi4 fa3
Taiwan k`ai pi fa / kai pi fa
Japanese kaihi hō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開都河

see styles
Mandarin kāi dū hé / kai1 du1 he2
Taiwan k`ai tu ho / kai tu ho
Chinese Kaidu River, Xinjiang

開酒費

see styles
Mandarin kāi jiǔ fèi / kai1 jiu3 fei4
Taiwan k`ai chiu fei / kai chiu fei
Chinese corkage fee

開釋

see styles
Mandarin kāi shì / kai1 shi4
Taiwan k`ai shih / kai shih
Chinese to release (a prisoner)

開金

see styles
Mandarin kāi jīn / kai1 jin1
Taiwan k`ai chin / kai chin
Chinese carated gold (alloy containing stated proportion of gold)

開銷

see styles
Mandarin kāi xiāo / kai1 xiao1
Taiwan k`ai hsiao / kai hsiao
Chinese to pay (expenses); expenses; (old) to dismiss (an employee)

開鍋

see styles
Mandarin kāi guō / kai1 guo1
Taiwan k`ai kuo / kai kuo
Chinese (of a pot) to boil

開鎖

see styles
Mandarin kāi suǒ / kai1 suo3
Taiwan k`ai so / kai so
Chinese to unlock

開鐮

see styles
Mandarin kāi lián / kai1 lian2
Taiwan k`ai lien / kai lien
Chinese to start the harvest

開鑼

see styles
Mandarin kāi luó / kai1 luo2
Taiwan k`ai lo / kai lo
Chinese to beat the gong to open a performance

開鑽

see styles
Mandarin kāi zuān / kai1 zuan1
Taiwan k`ai tsuan / kai tsuan
Chinese to start drilling

開鑿

see styles
Mandarin kāi záo / kai1 zao2
Taiwan k`ai tsao / kai tsao
Japanese kaisaku / かいさく
Chinese to cut (a canal, tunnel, well etc)
Japanese (noun/participle) excavation; cutting; digging

開門


开门

see styles
Mandarin kāi mén / kai1 men2
Taiwan k`ai men / kai men
Japanese kaimon / かいもん
Chinese to open a door (lit. and fig.); to open for business
Japanese (noun/participle) opening gate
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開門砲

see styles
Mandarin kāi mén pào / kai1 men2 pao4
Taiwan k`ai men p`ao / kai men pao
Chinese firecrackers to open the door on the New Year

開門紅

see styles
Mandarin kāi mén hóng / kai1 men2 hong2
Taiwan k`ai men hung / kai men hung
Chinese a good beginning

開間

see styles
Mandarin kāi jiān / kai1 jian1
Taiwan k`ai chien / kai chien
Chinese alcove; bay in a room; unit of length used for rooms, approx. 3.3 meters

開闊

see styles
Mandarin kāi kuò / kai1 kuo4
Taiwan k`ai k`uo / kai kuo
Chinese wide; open (spaces); to open up

開關

see styles
Mandarin kāi guān / kai1 guan1
Taiwan k`ai kuan / kai kuan
Chinese power switch; to open a gate

開闡


开阐

see styles
Mandarin kāi chǎn / kai1 chan3
Taiwan k`ai ch`an / kai chan
Japanese kaisen
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開闢

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 pi4
Taiwan k`ai p`i / kai pi
Japanese kaibyaku / かいびゃく
Chinese to open up; to set up; to establish
Japanese (noun/participle) beginnings; creation; founding (of empire)

開闢者

see styles
Mandarin kāi pì zhě / kai1 pi4 zhe3
Taiwan k`ai p`i che / kai pi che
Chinese pioneer; groundbreaker

開除


开除

see styles
Mandarin kāi chú / kai1 chu2
Taiwan k`ai ch`u / kai chu
Japanese kaijo
Chinese to expel
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開陽

see styles
Mandarin kāi yáng / kai1 yang2
Taiwan k`ai yang / kai yang
Japanese kaiyou / kaiyo / かいよう
Chinese zeta Ursae Majoris in the Big Dipper; Kaiyang county in Guiyang 貴陽|贵阳[Gui4 yang2], Guizhou
Japanese (place-name) Kaiyou

開陽縣

see styles
Mandarin kāi yáng xiàn / kai1 yang2 xian4
Taiwan k`ai yang hsien / kai yang hsien
Chinese Kaiyang county in Guiyang 貴陽|贵阳[Gui4 yang2], Guizhou

開集

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ji2
Taiwan k`ai chi / kai chi
Chinese open set (math.)

開霽

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ji4
Taiwan k`ai chi / kai chi
Chinese to clear up (of weather)

開靜


开静

see styles
Mandarin kāi jìng / kai1 jing4
Taiwan k`ai ching / kai ching
Japanese kai
To break the silence, i.e. rouse from sleep.

開革

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ge2
Taiwan k`ai ko / kai ko
Chinese to fire; to discharge

開頭

see styles
Mandarin kāi tóu / kai1 tou2
Taiwan k`ai t`ou / kai tou
Chinese beginning; to start

開題


开题

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 ti2
Taiwan k`ai t`i / kai ti
Japanese kaidai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開顏

see styles
Mandarin kāi yán / kai1 yan2
Taiwan k`ai yen / kai yen
Chinese to smile; to beam

開顯


开显

see styles
Mandarin kāi xiǎn / kai1 xian3
Taiwan k`ai hsien / kai hsien
Japanese kaiken
To open up and reveal; to expose the one and make manifest the other. It is a term used by Tiantai, i.e. 開權顯實, to expose and dispose of the temporary or partial teaching, and reveal the final and real truth as in the Lotus Sūtra; to disclose

開顯圓


开显圆

see styles
Mandarin kāi xiǎn yuán / kai1 xian3 yuan2
Taiwan k`ai hsien yüan / kai hsien yüan
Japanese kaiken en
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開飯

see styles
Mandarin kāi fàn / kai1 fan4
Taiwan k`ai fan / kai fan
Chinese to serve a meal

開高叉

see styles
Mandarin kāi gāo chā / kai1 gao1 cha1
Taiwan k`ai kao ch`a / kai kao cha
Chinese slit dress

開魯

see styles
Mandarin kāi/ kai1 lu3
Taiwan k`ai lu / kai lu
Chinese Kailu county in Tongliao 通遼|通辽[Tong1 liao2], Inner Mongolia

開魯縣

see styles
Mandarin kāi lǔ xiàn / kai1 lu3 xian4
Taiwan k`ai lu hsien / kai lu hsien
Chinese Kailu county in Tongliao 通遼|通辽[Tong1 liao2], Inner Mongolia

開麥拉

see styles
Mandarin kāi mài lā / kai1 mai4 la1
Taiwan k`ai mai la / kai mai la
Chinese camera (loanword)

開黑店

see styles
Mandarin kāi hēi diàn / kai1 hei1 dian4
Taiwan k`ai hei tien / kai hei tien
Chinese lit. to open an inn that kills and robs guests (esp. in traditional fiction); fig. to carry out a scam; to run a protection racket; daylight robbery

開齋


开斋

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhāi / kai1 zhai1
Taiwan k`ai chai / kai chai
Japanese kaisai
Chinese to stop following a vegetarian diet; to break a fast
To break the fast, breakfast.

開齋節

see styles
Mandarin kāi zhāi jié / kai1 zhai1 jie2
Taiwan k`ai chai chieh / kai chai chieh
Chinese Eid al-Fitr or Feast of Breaking the Fast, celebrated on the last day of Ramadan

see styles
Mandarin kǎi / kai3
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Chinese to loosen; to open

阿蓋達

see styles
Mandarin ā gài dá / a1 gai4 da2
Taiwan a kai ta
Chinese al-Qaeda

see styles
Mandarin gāi / gai1
Taiwan kai
Chinese step; terrace

除蓋障


除盖障

see styles
Mandarin chú gài zhàng / chu2 gai4 zhang4
Taiwan ch`u kai chang / chu kai chang
Japanese jo kaishō
To dispose of hindrances; eliminate obstructions

除開

see styles
Mandarin chú kāi / chu2 kai1
Taiwan ch`u k`ai / chu kai
Chinese besides; except; to get rid of (sb); (math.) to divide

陰蓋


阴盖

see styles
Mandarin yīn gài / yin1 gai4
Taiwan yin kai
Japanese ongai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

陳凱歌

see styles
Mandarin chén kǎi gē / chen2 kai3 ge1
Taiwan ch`en k`ai ko / chen kai ko
Chinese Chen Kaige (1952-), Chinese movie director

隔開

see styles
Mandarinkāi / ge2 kai1
Taiwan ko k`ai / ko kai
Chinese to separate

障礙依


障碍依

see styles
Mandarin zhàn gài yī / zhan4 gai4 yi1
Taiwan chan kai i
Japanese shōge e
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

障礙相


障碍相

see styles
Mandarin zhàn gài xiàng / zhan4 gai4 xiang4
Taiwan chan kai hsiang
Japanese shōge sō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

雙開

see styles
Mandarin shuāng kāi / shuang1 kai1
Taiwan shuang k`ai / shuang kai
Chinese to strip sb of their Party membership and government job (開除黨籍,開除公職|开除党籍,开除公职)

離不開

see styles
Mandarin lí bu kāi / li2 bu5 kai1
Taiwan li pu k`ai / li pu kai
Chinese inseparable; inevitably linked to

離蓋


离盖

see styles
Mandarin lí gài / li2 gai4
Taiwan li kai
Japanese rigai
To abandon the 五蓋 q.v. five obscurers, or hindrances to truth; free from obscuration

離開

see styles
Mandarinkāi / li2 kai1
Taiwan li k`ai / li kai
Chinese to depart; to leave

雷蓋

see styles
Mandarin léi gài / lei2 gai4
Taiwan lei kai
Chinese reggae; also written 雷鬼

頂蓋

see styles
Mandarin dǐng gài / ding3 gai4
Taiwan ting kai
Chinese roof; lid

頭蓋

see styles
Mandarin tóu gài / tou2 gai4
Taiwan t`ou kai / tou kai
Japanese zugai / ずがい
Chinese skull; cranium
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) cranium; skull

頭蓋骨

see styles
Mandarin tóu gài gǔ / tou2 gai4 gu3
Taiwan t`ou kai ku / tou kai ku
Japanese tougaikotsu / togaikotsu / とうがいこつ    zugaikotsu / ずがいこつ
Chinese skull; cranium
Japanese skull; cranium

顧愷之

see styles
Mandarinkǎi zhī / gu4 kai3 zhi1
Taiwan ku k`ai chih / ku kai chih
Chinese Gu Kaizhi or Ku K'aichih (346-407), famous painter of Eastern Jin dynasty, one of the Four Great Painters of the Six dynasties 六朝四大家

see styles
Mandarin kǎi / kai3
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Chinese balmy; genial as wind

鬆開

see styles
Mandarin sōng kāi / song1 kai1
Taiwan sung k`ai / sung kai
Chinese to release; to let go; to loosen; to untie; to come loose

鬥批改

see styles
Mandarin dòu pī gǎi / dou4 pi1 gai3
Taiwan tou p`i kai / tou pi kai
Chinese struggle, criticize, and transform (Cultural Revolution catchcry)

魯凱族

see styles
Mandarinkǎi/ lu3 kai3 zu2
Taiwan lu k`ai tsu / lu kai tsu
Chinese Rukai, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan

麥凱恩

see styles
Mandarin mài kǎi ēn / mai4 kai3 en1
Taiwan mai k`ai en / mai kai en
Chinese McCain (name); John McCain (1936-), US Republican politician, Senator for Arizona from 1987
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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Kai
tanoshikǎi / kai3 / kaik`ai / kai
Kaiカイkai
Armor
yoroikǎi / kai3 / kaik`ai / kai
Graykaihuī / hui1 / hui
The World世界sei kai / seikaishì jiè / shi4 jie4 / shi jie / shijieshih chieh / shihchieh
Open and Calm Mind虚心坦懐kyo shin tan kai
kyoshintankai
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.



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Achieve Inner Peace
Aikido
Angel
Black
Blessing
Brave Heart
Brotherly and Sisterly Love
Chaos
Christian
Chuan Fa
Confidence
Darkness
Destiny
Devil
Divine
Dream
Endurance
Enso
Family Over Everything
Feng Shui
Fire
Forever Family
Forgive and Forget
God Bless You
God is Always With You
Gold
Gratitude
Hapkido
Happy Birthday
Happy Life
Heart Sutra
Heaven
Hello
Hentai
Holy Spirit
Home is Where the Heart Is
House of Good Fortune
Indomitable
Integrity
Islam
Jeet Kune Do
Karate
Kingdom of Heaven
Kung Fu
Libra
Lightning
Live Laugh Love
Lotus Sutra
Love
Love and Affection
Love and Peace
Metal
Muhammad
Mushin
Music
Never Give Up
New Beginning New Life
Noble
Once in a Lifetime
Pain
Peace and Good Health
Phoenix
Phoenix Rise from the Ashes
Pure
Sacred Fire
Sacrifice
Samurai
Saudi
Self-Discipline
Serenity
Shadow
Silence
Sing
Snake
Strength
Strength Ability
Strength and Courage
Strong Woman
Tai Chi
Tao Te Ching
The Dao of Filial Piety
Tiger Spirit
Together
Trust No Man
Victory
Wealth
Wine

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After we create your wall scroll, it takes at least two weeks for air mail delivery from Beijing to you.

Allow a few weeks for delivery. Rush service speeds it up by a week or two for $10!

When you select your calligraphy, you'll be taken to another page where you can choose various custom options.


A nice Chinese calligraphy wall scroll

The wall scroll that Sandy is holding in this picture is a "large size"
single-character wall scroll.
We also offer custom wall scrolls in small, medium, and an even-larger jumbo size.

A professional Chinese Calligrapher

Professional calligraphers are getting to be hard to find these days.
Instead of drawing characters by hand, the new generation in China merely type roman letters into their computer keyboards and pick the character that they want from a list that pops up.

There is some fear that true Chinese calligraphy may become a lost art in the coming years. Many art institutes in China are now promoting calligraphy programs in hopes of keeping this unique form of art alive.

Trying to learn Chinese calligrapher - a futile effort

Even with the teachings of a top-ranked calligrapher in China, my calligraphy will never be good enough to sell. I will leave that to the experts.

A high-ranked Chinese master calligrapher that I met in Zhongwei

The same calligrapher who gave me those lessons also attracted a crowd of thousands and a TV crew as he created characters over 6-feet high. He happens to be ranked as one of the top 100 calligraphers in all of China. He is also one of very few that would actually attempt such a feat.


Check out my lists of Japanese Kanji Calligraphy Wall Scrolls and Old Korean Hanja Calligraphy Wall Scrolls.

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